Police and Paramilitary forces break into Kashmir Hospital, fire tear Gas shells

Text and Video by: Sajad Rasool

During the ongoing Anti-India and Pro-freedom mass uprising in Indian Administered Kashmir, more than 69 people have been killed in Indian forces firing. The protests broke out after the killing of Burhan Wani, a militant commander on 8th July 2016. Indian Government has clamped a curfew across the Kashmir region since then to curb anti-India demonstrations. Our correspondent visits a Hospital in Central Kashmir, in which police and paramilitary had barged and fired tear gas shells.

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