SRINAGAR: Indian forces armed with automatic weapons in Indian-administered Kashmir separatists to stop the rally has been assigned to patrol.
AP news agency reported that the rally on the anniversary of two Kashmiri leaders to be held on Thursday.
Kashmiri leader Mohammad Farooq and Abdul Gani Lone Kashmir Kashmir’s accession with India or Pakistan or remain as an independent state in the statements relating to the voting rights.
Kashmir dispute between the two countries so far have been two wars on both sides of the Line of Control There are a large number of military personnel.
Yet these leaders have been punished in the killing anyone considered that the death was due to their stand.
After the strike by separatists in Srinagar on Thursday, shops, businesses and schools remained closed while public transport was also absent from the streets.
Officials in Srinagar’s old people ordered to stay indoors while the Hurriyat and other separatist leaders have been under house arrest.
Farooq was leading the rally up to the cemetery where his father is buried Kashmir Mohammad Farooq and other Kashmiri leaders who was killed 25 years ago.
In 2002, Abdul Ghani Lone was killed by gunmen during the rally.