Kashmiri Americans hold protests

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Srinagar: Non Resident Kashmiris (NRKs) have held demonstrations outside the premises of India’s Permanent Mission to the UN here protesting against the killings in the Valley and demanding UN intervention in Kashmir.

The three-hour protest yesterday was attended by women and children as well.

 Holding banners and placards that read ‘Indian Forces Out of Kashmir’, ‘No Democracy Without Self-Determination’ and ‘Time to Resolve Kashmir Dispute Now’, the protesters shouted slogans demanding “freedom” for Kashmir and its people.

The demonstrators also raised slogans in support of slain militant commander Burhan Wani.

The protesters, demonstrating a few yards away from the UN headquarters, also demanded intervention by the world body to settle the Kashmir issue.

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