Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Thousands believed dead in Kashmir floods

Thousands believed dead in Kashmir floods

Srinagar: Kashmir Watch has succeeded in developing contact with its reporter in Kashmir. According to reports thousands of people are believed dead after floods hit many parts of Kashmir.

Deliberately �No rescue operation move� by Indian Army may escalate more deaths, told reporter on phone. Phone lines in some parts of Kashmir have been restored shortly after 9 pm on Tuesday.

Indian Army is just showing footage of rescue and on ground they are doing nothing. According to the Kashmir Watch reporter many relatives of people have reported Indian Army to rescue around 200 people stranded at Lal Ded Hospital in Srinagar and they were surprised to hear when they told that they have to first save the Sikhs from the locality and Granth Sahib from the Gurduwara.

Indian helicopters are only taking sorties over Srinagar and rescuing only their selected persons most probably their informers and officers in cover as per instructions from Badamai Bagh cantonment.

Thousands of stranded people are waiting for help on the top floors of their houses in many parts of Srinagar.

Rajbagh, Jawahar Nagar, Badshai Bagh, Wazir Bagh, Barzulla, Sana Nagar, Rawalpora, Nattipora are completely hit by heavy floods while as other side of bypass Hyderpora area is safe.

Hundreds of houses have collapsed resulting death of thousands of people.

According to Kashmir Watch in down town Khanyar, Hawal and Soura localities are safe and less flooded.

There are no reports from other parts of Kashmir as the Administration is totally defunct and Indian Army is controlling Kashmir space and waters to watch the death and destruction of Kashmiri people.

in 2005 when thousands of people died after an earthquake hit the both the sides of Kashmir, Indian Army had been heard by the militant wireless station by saying that " Let them (Kashmir) die to save our bullets".

Meanwhile Kashmiris based in London hold an emergency meeting and approached Govt of India to allow them to aid the stranded people in Kashmir. According to the reports from London Govt of India has denied any UK based or foreign NGO to start any aid or charity activities in Kashmir.

Meanwhile Google has launched Flood Person Finder Campaign. People who want to find or share info about missing people can use the following tool at below url:


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