Videos of two Kashmiri men being made to chant anti-India slogans at gunpoint have surfaced, a week after the violence Srinagar saw during the bypoll last week, NDTV reported. The videos are doing the rounds on social media.
The first video is of a PDP worker. According to PDP, the video was recorded over two weeks ago, before the bypoll. A group of gunmen allegedly got into Wali Mohammad Bhat’s house, NDTV quotes sources as saying. In the video, a scared Bhat is heard saying he does not relate to politics that is pro-India and chants the slogans given to him by the men. An AK-47 is pointed at him by someone off camera.
PDP's Wali Mohammed Bhat forced to apologise and make anti-India slogans on gunpoint. Kashmir is gone if Centre does not intervene pic.twitter.com/v6LWahiFkS
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