Indian police arrest three teachers in IoK

SRINAGAR: In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, authorities booked three teachers under black law Public Safety Act (PSA) in Shopian district.
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Vijay Kumar talking to media men in Srinagar claimed that the school named Siraj-uloom was affiliated with the Jamaat-e-Islami.
The police officer said that three teachers of the school namely Abdul Ahad, Rouf Ahmad and Mohammad Yousuf had been booked under the PSA adding that about half a dozen other teachers of the school were under surveillance.
“Conduct of five to six teachers of the school are under surveillance. Basically, the affiliation of the school is with Jamaat-e-Islami. It is under surveillance,” the IGP said.
However Chairman of the school, Muhammad Yousuf Mattoo told media men that the allegations were baseless.
He also refuted the allegation against the teachers. “None of the teachers which police claim were arrested have been our teachers ever.”Matoo said.” They talk about Baramulla student, he was here for 10 to 12 days in March during lockdown. Then some time back he had come back to submit form.
“Even calls details were traced till Bijbhehra. These allegations are baseless.”He also said that his institute was registered.
“We are open to answer every question to any media group. They can come and check our teaching and other affairs here. We are registered with income tax department,” he concluded.
Meanwhile, In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, people staged protest demonstrations in Srinagar against the rising Indian state terrorism in the territory.
Massive protests rocked Rawalpora area of Srinagar after Indian troops deployed on the road thrashed two local youth without any reason. The locals blocked the road at Main Chowk, Rawalpora, against the incident.
“We are protesting against the unjustified thrashing of our boys. We want action against these Indian soldiers who beat up our children mercilessly,” the protesting locals said.
The injured youth were shifted to hospital for treatment.–Agencies