Indian forces resort to arson, destruction of public property and attack on civilians.
“They took salt from the kitchen and rubbed it in our eyes,” said Atiqa Bano, 50 Years, she sifts through the rubble inside her house in Nasrullah Pora. The total population of the village in Budgam district of Central Kashmir is about 15,000. However, it is now mostly deserted.
Ms. Bano also returned briefly to only assess the damage of houses. Since last Friday, she has been spending the night under the open sky in the fields behind the village with some other villagers. Even when the rain soaked him and the others on Saturday night, they did not dare return home in the dark.
Video from Nasrullahpora Budgam where Indian forces resort to arson, destruction of public property and attack on civilians. Kashmiris are being subjected to brutal violence daily by Indian state while the world watches silently. pic.twitter.com/sICwhaiI8l
— Kashmir Civitas (@CivitasKashmir) May 12, 2020
“The men stormed in from the front gate, over the boundary walls,” says Atiqa Bano. "To stop us from screaming, they shoved the gun barrels in our mouths.” | @_KuwarSingh reports as govt forces ransack Budgam village in continuous raids amid lockdown.https://t.co/zMVSJ24Ra8
— The Kashmir Walla (@tkwmag) May 11, 2020
Prayers for our kashmiri brethren always. the suffering will end one day Insha Allah. Aameen. Bravehearts ❣️
“They took the salt from the kitchen, and rubbed it in our eyes,” says 50-year-old Atiqa Bano as she sifts through the rubble inside her house in Nasrullah Pora. https://t.co/b45B98wZz2
— Moana_Mui قلبِ مومنه (@Momina___) May 19, 2020