Amid Eid celebration, protesters raise pro-Pakistan slogan in Kashmir: Seedha Sawal

05 Jun 2019 06:54 PM

Amid Eid celebration, protesters raise pro-Pakistan slogan in Kashmir: Seedha Sawal

Updated 05 Jun 2019 06:54 PM

Scores of masked men displaying Islamic State, and Pakistan national flags appeared on Wednesday on the streets of the old city's Nowhatta area here in Jammu and Kashmir and raised pro-Pakistan slogans.
Immediately after the Eid prayers, scores of them came out carrying the IS, Lashkar e Taiba flags and raised slogans like "Musa, Musa, Zakir Musa", "Hum Kya Chahte Azadi, Azadi", "Pakistan Zindabad" and displaying posters carrying pictures of militants.
They marched through the streets, and dozens of other youths joined them until security forces intercepted them after half a kilometre from the Jamia Masjid.

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