Jablipora residents demand removal of army camp from playground, burn cricket gear

Jablipora residents demand removal of army camp from playground, burn cricket gear

Residents of Jablipora area of Anantnag district held a demonstration in Srinagar Saturday to demand removal of an  Army camp from a playground. The residents, who were joined by independent legislator Engineer Abdul Rashid, also burnt cricket gear as a mark of protest and raised slogans like ‘Army rule unacceptable’ against the occupation of the playground by Rashtriya Rifles.

Speaking to media, Rashid said the Army has turned Kashmir into a garrison and even playgrounds were not being spared now. He also questioned the Twitter “rhetoric” of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti against the rallies by Hindu Ekta Munch in support of a rape and murder-accused Special Police Officer in Kathua. (Picture by Zargar Zahoor)

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