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Locals protest against Pakistani Army atrocities in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir

The residents of Neelum Valley in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir again protested against the Pakistani Army raising “Jeena Ka Haq Do” slogans.

The local residents of the valley have been accusing the Pakistan Army of violating human rights since a long time. Earlier this month, Pakistani Army had beaten up and tortured four youths who had gone for seeking work on a work-site owned by Pakistani.

It is said that five Pakistan Army men with the Frontier Works Organisation (FWO) of Pakistan Army were involved in this latest brutality.

When the locals went to file an FIR against the Pakistani Army to the police, the police in PoK said they have no authority to file an FIR against the Army.

In the latest protests, the locals are accusing the Pakistani Army of kidnapping and torturing them. They have accused that the Pakistani Army is forcing the youth from the valley to cross over to Indian territory and spy for them by offering Rs. 500 to Rs. 3,000 for the same.

The villagers also blame the Pakistani Army for forcefully grabbing their land despite showing proof of registration of the property. People living in the border areas of the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir have been facing tough existence as the Pakistani Army continues to exploit them.

Ayodhra Ram Mandir special coverage by OpIndia

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