Protest in Maqbool Bhat’s native village Trehgam

Kupwara: Hundreds of people on Saturday took to streets in Trehgam the native village of Maqbool Bhat in north Kashmir’s  Kupwara district  to demand mortal remains of late JKLF founder.

Bhat was executed and buried in New Delhi’s Tihar jail on this day in 1984.

Reports said that the protesters shouting pro-freedom slogans were demanding the return of mortal remains of  Bhat.

Meanwhile, curfew-like restrictions were imposed in several areas of North Kashmir to foil pro-Bhat protests.

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