School students clash with security forces in Kashmir
May 08 2017
The students were asked by forces to disperse but they refused, leading to clashes.
Several students suffered injuries after clashing with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Handwara, a town located in the Kupwara district, today morning.
The students were protesting against the highhandedness of security forces in Pulwama College and arrest of students in different parts of valley recently. Since April 15, more than 200 students have been injured across Kashmir in various Indian forces' violent action.
Pulwama district also staged protests and clashed with Indian forces at Bus Stand. "All the injured are stable and a lot of them have been discharged from the hospital", he said. Witnesses said that many protesters pelted stones on police and the police fired teargas shells and cane charged the protesters in which dozens of students were injured.
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"About a dozen students fainted and received minor bruises", he said.
Meanwhile, after the clashes between agitated students and security forces during the last two days, classes in Sopore Degree College and higher secondary schools were suspended on Saturday.
The students peacefully protested within the school premises amidst chanting of pro-freedom and anti-India slogans.
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