Indian troops arrest 2 teens in Indian held Kashmir

Srinagar: In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops arrested two Kashmiri youth on the fake charge of being overground workers of mujahideen in South Kashmir.
According to Kashmir Media Service, the youth identified as Irfan Ahmed Kuttey and Adil Bashir Lone were arrested during a cordon and search operation by a joint team of Indian Army and police in Shopian district. Police claimed that Irfan, a resident of ChotiporaSedow in Pulwama district, was motivating the youth to join the armed struggle against Indian occupation. The other detained youth, Adil Bashir Lone, was a resident of Aaloora, Shopian. The troops have taken the detained youth to an unknown location.
Meanwhile, In occupied Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir Social Youth Forum Chairman, Umar Adil Dar, has expressed his concern over the deteriorating health of Hurriyat leader, Bashir Ahmad Butt, alias Peer Saifullah, and demanded his immediate release.
Umar Adil Dar in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the detained leader should be shifted to Srinagar and be released immediately as he had been diagnosed with tumour and due to nadequate medical facility his health was deteriorating every passing day. He said the family members of Saifullah are worried about his well being and have expressed apprehensions about his falling health. Omar Adil Dar maintained that it would have dire consequences if anything untoward happened to the detained leader.
He appealed to the international human rights bodies, including the International Committee of Red Cross, to take notice of the matter and put pressure on India to release the ailing leader.–Agencies