In the last 28 days of Unrest in Kashmir, 54 protesters have been killed in Security men’s firing while as more than 5000 people have been injured in forces actions. The current turmoil broke out after the killing of pro-freedom Hizbul Mujahideen commander, Burhan Wani on 8th July.
Kashmir Unheard’s Srinagar Community Correspondent, Nadiya Shafi visits some parts of Srinagar city and files this photo story. This is how Srinagar city looks like nowadays.
A women sits in front of a closed shop in Downtown Srinagar.
A woman walks by the barbed wires amid curfew in Fateh Kadal Srinagar
People protect glass windows by covering them by sheets, CRPF and Police ransack houses during the curfew
Indian Security personnel standing in front of the Central Jamia Masjid of Srinagar in Nowhatta
Local people prepare food in a community Kitchen to feed attendants in JVC Hospital in Bemina
CRPF men questions our CC, there was a ban on publishing of Newspapers by the local authorities which has been lifted now
Broken traffic signal on National Highway 1 in Nowgam Srinagar
Paramilitary personnel stops a local woman from moving ahead during the curfew in Downtown Srinagar
CRPF man checks the ID card of a woman in Srinagar
Several ambulances have also been attacked during the current unrest by the Police and CRPF, an ambulance carries patients amid curfew in Jehangir chowk Srinagar
Curfew in Srinagar has entered 28th day today
Young boys wearing masks during a stone pelting incident in Srinagar
CRPF men chase protesters in Srinagar