The India soldiers have arrested more than a thousand protesters in Indian-controlled Kashmir over the last two weeks in an attempt to stem anti-India demonstrations in the Himalayan region,
Inspector-General Syed Javaid Mujtaba Gillani said, the arrests were made in a bid to end a month of protests in which more than 55 civilians and thousands of others injured.
Kashmir been kept under a security curfew since the death of a past rebel commander on July 8 that led the largest protests against Indian rule in recent year.
Thousands of people enroll in the street protests, in which the india forces firing live ammunition, shotgun pellets and tear gas.
On Monday, tens of thousands of troops patrolled streets ringed with barbed wire and enforced a curfew in most parts of Kashmir. Shops and schools were closed because of the security crackdown and a separatist-sponsored protest strike.
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