Will Raise Kashmir Issue at UN: Imran Khan After Pulwama Encounter

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Eleven dead as gunfight sparks protests in Indian Kashmir, says police

Addressing a press conference in Islamabad on Sunday, the foreign minister said, "The Indian soldiers have a free hand to commit mass murder".

Unrest has intensified over recent weeks in the Muslim-majority region at the heart of decades of hostility between India and Pakistan, and seven civilians were killed on Saturday when security forces opened fire at a protest over the killing of three militants.

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sunday called upon the worldwide community and global human rights organizations to immediately intervene and protect the innocent Kashmiris from the ongoing killing spree by the occupation forces in the Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK).

Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, a senior member of the unified Joint Resistance Leadership group, took to Twitter to vent anger at Indian troops' action, saying the Indian forces should "kill all of us at one time rather than killing us daily".

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Earlier, Abdullah while reacting to the civilian killings had said that it was "another blood soaked weekend in Kashmir".

The prime minister's statement came a day after at least seven civilians were killed and over three dozen injured when Indian forces fired at protesters in occupied Kashmir.

Though authorities shut the internet services in most of Kashmir, thus preventing information to move, reports say that based on specific information, a counter insurgency unit of the Indian army and Jammu and Kashmir police cordoned an apple orchard in the outskirts of Sirnoo hamlet, resulting in a fierce gun battle with hiding militants.

India-administered Kashmir observes first day of the three-day strike called by pro-independence groups a day after Indian troops shot dead seven civilians and three rebels in anti-India protests and fighting. Is this what was expected from Gov rule? The admin has failed in securing civilian lives. "Deepest condolences to the bereaved", said another former chief minister, Mehbooba Mufti.

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"How long are we going to shoulder the coffins of our youngsters?"

She also said that no country can win a war by killing its own people.

Security officials say some 230 militants have been killed this year, majority locals from the Kashmir valley, but rebel groups have recruited new members at a matching pace.

The on Sunday imposed restrictions under Section 144 CrPc in Pulwama district of south Kashmir and six police station areas of Srinagar. "I strongly condemn these killings, and once again appeal for efforts, to stop this bloodbath".

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In Srinagar, the army urged people not to march towards the headquarters of its Chinar Corps on the call of separatists to protest the killing of the civilians. Rebels have been fighting Indian control since 1989.

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