Srinagar: In involved Kashmir, an adolescent kid lost his life after he was whipped, mortified and exposed to merciless torment by Indian soldiers at an Army camp in Pulwama region.

The 15-year-old kid, Yawar Ahmed Butt, an occupant of Chandgam, Pulwama was moved to Srinagar’s SMHS medical clinic in a harmed condition where he capitulated. His relatives said that the kid was kept and beaten by the soldiers at the Army camp. He was approached to answer to the camp following day. Be that as it may, on crumbling of his condition during the night, he was moved to the emergency clinic, where he took his final gasp.

Local people said that the soldiers had jumped into the Chandgam region of Pulwama at 12 PM and grabbed character cards of numerous adolescents. They were approached to answer to the close by armed force camp where they were exposed to fierce torment. Yawar Butt was one of these adolescent youth.

The Hurriyat gathering driven by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq in an announcement said the discussion stands firm by its principled remain on the Kashmir contest and stands with the individuals in the predominant uncommon circumstance. The discussion said that Mirwaiz Umar Farooq was under house confinement at his Nigeen habitation in Srinagar and depicted as unmerited the media reports that he had been discharged subsequent to marking a bond.

In the mean time, there is no rest for the individuals of Kashmir who kept on staying under attack for the 49th sequential day, today, because of military clampdown and interchanges power outage forced by India since fifth of August. No Friday petitions were held in the memorable Jamia Masjid of Srinagar and other fundamental mosques of the domain during recent weeks.

The military attack has made a compassionate emergency with human services greatest loss in the Kashmir valley. Ambulances can’t be reached as no telephone utility is accessible and an enormous number of patients who need chemotherapy and other medicinal mediations face a great deal of troubles to arrive at emergency clinics. Without portable and internet providers, many understudies have moved out of Kashmir to plan for assessments.

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