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WATCH: Despite government saying reports of protests in Saura were completely fabricated, see exclusive BBC footage here for the truth. Thousands marched, police fired on protesters, dozens injured

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Lt Gen H S Panag(R) Aug 10
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After denial by the Govt, surely the video is a fake one!
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Amit P Aug 10
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No sir, it's on BBC website
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Dulmialo Aug 10
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End of 370 result
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Amit Kumar ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ Aug 10
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Amar Pratap Singh Aug 10
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This is from POK
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Waqar Ahmed Tantary Aug 10
I think from Australia๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
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Wendigo Aug 10
kindly check this twitter account is tweeting a fake/old edited video of Srinagar with the intention of spreading hate among people. Kindly take an action against it.. Thank you!
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Wendigo Aug 10
Hi , This twitter handle is claiming he is your employee and sharing a fake/old edited video in his tweeter handle (as you can see above) and also claiming that you also used this on your channel. Kindly reply... Thank you!
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Richard Harris Aug 10
Replying to @NicolaCareem
Interesting that at the end of the video, some Indian soldiers seem to give up and must record the protests on their smartphones.
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Siddhartha Das Aug 10
At last the truth is out. Reports of large number of Indian troops in Kashmir proved false - not one Indian soldier seen in this video. And curfew??Just a joke. Thanks to BBC for circulating this hard obtained footage without even their logo on it. Interesting. Very.
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