In occupied Kashmir, curfew and restrictions remained in force in Kashmir and Chenab valley in Jammu region for 80th straight day to prevent freedom march. Call for the march was given by joint Hurriyet leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik. A large number of police and paramilitary personnel were deployed in strength in the entire Kashmir valley including Srinagar to prevent the march. The forces caged the whole Qazipora village in Bandipora district to prevent a pro-freedom rally. The curfew continued in Kishtwar town, today, to quell protests against the arrest of people including two imams in the town. The police arrested clerics Abdul Qayoom Matoo and Saifud Din Bagwan in the town and sent them to Kot Bhalwal jail in Jammu. The arrests triggered forceful anti-India demonstrations in the town and in the surrounding. The all parties Hurriyet conference and Hurriyet forum led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq in their separate statements while strongly condemning the killing of a youth, Wasim Ahmad lone, at Rafiabad in Baramulla said that India was targeting Kashmiri youth in a planned way. The chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Aasiya Andrabi in her statement strongly denounced demolition of muslim families’ houses in several areas of Jammu under the garb of anti-encroachment drive. Meanwhile, baffled by the escalating pro-freedom and anti-Indian protest rallies and freedom songs played on the mosques’ loudspeakers. The Indian authorities have directed the revenue officials to collect the details about mosques, their imams and members of mosques executive committees. The decision has been taken to curtail the role of mosques in the ongoing Kashmir Intifada. The authorities have disclosed that 9,000 mosques been playing effective role in supporting the ongoing uprising. They said that 19 firs having registered against the responsible people of these mosques.