After the assassination of Hizbul Mujahideen leader Burhan Wani Kashmir has been in a state of unrest and disruption. It’s almost every day that we hear about chaos and turmoil in the valley. Jammu and Kashmir that is believed to be a blessed region with tourists calling it a heaven on earth has now become a place where people feel scared to visit.

It’s been 7 months that Kashmir has been burning in disguise and the separatists and Pakistanis have used this situation to provoke the youth in pelting stones against the Indian army. Stone pelting has now become a trend and the youth of Kashmir are being manipulated to turn them into traitors and terrorists.


PM Narendra Modi visited Jammu and Kashmir to inaugurate India’s largest tunnel after which he addressed a rally where he urged the youth of Kashmir to stand with the government to help the state scale new heights of progress and…

Nearly 19,000 Kashmiri youth have applied for recruitment in the Indian army, a development that assumes major significance as the separatists have been asking the people of the Valley to oppose the force.


A recruitment drive is being held at Haiderbeig in Pattan area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district and almost 19,000 registrations have been received online from across the 10 districts of the Valley. Registered candidates would be screened for their physical fitness, medical examination and documentation district-wise from 5th April till April 12

Watch the video in which the youth of Kashmir are admitting how due to the constrains and helplessness they were forced to pelt stones on their own army and how PM Modi’s words have influenced them.


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