India Anti-Terror Protests
Anti-terror rally today in New Delhi
Indians protest against terrorism in New Delhi after the bombings yesterday near a school in Kashmir. The rally, organised by the All India Anti-Terrorist Front, blamed the attack yesterday in Kashmir on Pakistan-based separatist rebels.
An attack on Monday that left 15 dead struck a neighbourhood near an Indian security forces camp in Pulwama, a bustling town just south of Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu-Kashmir state.
Police blamed militants fighting for Kashmir’s independence or merger with Muslim Pakistan. Three Indian security personnel died in the attack. A separatist leader blamed the Indian government.
But Pakistan’s President Gen. Pervez Musharraf held Kashmiri extremists responsible and said the violence was unlikely to end soon.
A similar rally in Kashmir, sans the professional signs.
The Jammu Kashmir Democratic Liberation Party shout slogans demanding a stop to the killing of innocent people in Srinagar, India, Tuesday, in another protest against terror.