Indian authorities have stopped issuing death certificates in occupied Kashmir.
According to reports, protests breaking out across the occupied Indian Kashmir.
Indian forces used ammunition, shotgun pellets and other tactics to subdue demonstrators leading to a large of people dying during the protests.
Indian authorities are compelling medical personnel to not acknowledge the deaths and the use of force by the occupying forces.
They have stopped issuing death certificates in occupied Kashmir to hide the number of deaths in clashes with the Indian troops in the disputed valley.
According to reports, relatives of the victims spoke of their frustration at trying to get death certificates at all.
A 35-year-old woman, her two young sons were at their home in Bemina on the outskirts of Srinagar with her husband, Rafiq Shagoo, 42, when the security forces started pelting stones at the house and fired at least four teargas canisters outside the home.