Srinagar - In occupied Kashmir, Indian police arrested two Kashmiri youth on wearing green Pakistani T-shirts ‘Woom Pakistan’ in Udhampur.
The youth were arrested after they were found roaming in the town wearing green Pakistani-T shirts with ‘Woom Pakistan’ written on them in English and Urdu.
On the other hand, the roadside vendors staged protest at Lal Chowk against highhandedness of police. They blocked the road and burnt trash at several places leading to Lal Chowk near Biscoe School disrupting the vehicular traffic for several hours.
The street vendors accused the police of ransacking their goods. "We have suffered huge financial losses due to police action. We have been doing business at this spot for past many years. We condemn the police action against us on the eve of Eid-ul-Fitr,” a group of street vendors said.
"The drive was wrongly timed as shoppers have started flocking the markets to buy essentials, goods, gifts and other items for the festival," a teacher Abdul Rashid Butt said.
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