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Shaswati Das
I left for yet again this morning. Complete shutdown, heavy stone pelting, all main mosques out of bounds. Here is a snippet of violence and public outrage against the clampdown, in Hyderpora (Srinagar).
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Shaswati Das Aug 12
Replying to @shaswatidas
Met this gentleman near Ram Bagh, Srinagar. He said he had not been allowed near a mosque because of the curfew.
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Shaswati Das Aug 12
Replying to @shaswatidas
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Nidhi Bahuguna निधि Aug 12
Exactly where is violence here, one side you talk to people who are out in Ram bagh,next you click some silent roads,at what time no one knows
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Shaswati Das Aug 15
Replying to @vinirish @Mohansinha
Ma'am, first off, thank you for your response. Second, please try not to discredit the work that journalists put in under such trying circumstances. We all work very hard on our stories. Rest, I respect your opinion, but you're welcome to go see for yourself. Thank you.
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payal bhayana 🇮🇳 Aug 12
Replying to @shaswatidas
Internet working in Srinagar
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Shaswati Das Aug 12
Replying to @payalbhayana
Nope. I took the evening flight back. Just landed a while ago.
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Manish 🇮🇳 Aug 12
See the Pakistani journalist rock behind their govt. even they know their govt. is wrong and Indian journalist r working on propoganda and even go to extent of against the nation to support their agenda. Shame
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Yo isro rock🤘🤘 Aug 13
Information dude 🤷. anyway when was valley was not having protests on Eid and stone pelleting it is there regular practice by peaceful people. And it will be more 6-8 months it will increase a big boil will be there. But I believe it will come down.
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Farhana Aug 12
Replying to @shaswatidas
This masjid is in hyderpora chowk, thankyou for atleast letting me see a glimpse of the road leading to my home.. prayers for everyone there🙏😢😢
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