ISLAMABAD, Aug 20 (APP): With 43-day into the ongoing curfew in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK), brutalities of Indian forces continue.

According to a Private News Channel, here on Saturday, there was a shortage of foods in occupied Kashmir and childrens also died because of hunger.

It mentioned that Indian newspapers also identified the Indian forces brutalities in their writtings.

According to report, Shabir Ahmad Mangoo, a 30 year old college lecturer has reportedly died in the custody of Indian Army .The commander of Northern Army denounced the beatings and ordered an inquiry.

Dozens who were injured and taken away during the late-night raid by the army and police on Wednesday” in Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

At least 83 people have been killed and 8,000 injured in the ensuing clashes, many of them wounded by shotgun rounds fired by security forces enforcing a curfew across the Muslim-majority region.

India’s paramilitary force has confessed to use prompt action guns to fire nearly 1.7 million pellets at protesters in Kashmir to disperse demonstrations.

The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) fired around 3,765 cartridges, each containing 450 metallic balls, between 9 July and 11 August amounting to the discharge of almost 1.7 million pellets in total, despite widespread criticism.

Indian security forces have come under intense scrutiny over the alleged use of excessive force to contain the protests in Kashmir.