Srinagar, April 15
Over a dozen students, including girls, were injured when security forces burst teargas shells to disperse demonstrators in south Kashmir district of Pulwama.
Official sources told UNI that scores of students, including girls, held a protest march inside Degree College Pulwama against a checkpoint established by security forces outside the camps of the educational institute. However, when the students tried to take a protest march outside the college campus, security forces stopped them from moving out. As the students didn’t back down, security force burst teargas shells to disperse the protestors, who resorted to stone pelting. Over 12 students, including girls, were injured in the clashes.