To Educate IAS Daughter, Kashmiri Family Ate Less, Sold Jewellery | Read
PUBLISHED ON: June 1, 2017 | Duration: 1 min, 50 sec
Last August was a difficult time in the Kashmir valley. Street protests had broken out in mid-July after Hizbul commander Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter. And every time the security forces controlled mobs throwing stones with pellet guns, they left people on Kashmir's streets angrier. Thousands had been injured in the protests and much of the valley had been under curfew for days at end.