Kashmir is witnessing a complete bandh today in protest over the alleged abduction and rape of a woman by unidentified Army personnel. The separatists are demanding the arrest of the guilty. All shops and business establishments are closed in the Valley.
Meanwhile, GOC Chinar Corps Lt Gen S.A. Hasnain, strongly condemned the act and expressed deep sympathy for the victim and her family. He assured that criminals would be identified at the earliest. The chief minister Omar Abdullah said an identification parade of soldiers from the army unit stationed there could be held.
The victim from Gujjarpatti Manzpora had lodged a police complaint accusing unidentified army personnel of abducting her on July 19 and gang raping her before letting her off on July 21.
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