ISLAMABAD    -    A teenage boy lost his life after he was subjected to inhuman torture by Indian troops at an army camp in Pulwama district in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

According to Kashmir Media Service, 15-year-old boy, Yawar Ahmed Butt, a resident of Chandgam, Pulwama, who was detained and tortured by the Indian troops, was shifted to Srinagar’s SMHS hospital in severely injured condition where he succumbed to his injuries.

The family said that the boy was detained and beaten during the day by the Army and was asked to report to an Army camp next day.

“He told me that he was beaten by the Army and his identity card was also taken. He was asked to report to the Army camp,” Yawar’s elder sister told media. The family added that Yawar had confined himself to a room for the whole day. He did not sleep in his parents room, as he would normally do, the family said.

“Around 11pm, we saw him vomiting. He complained of headache, after which we took him to hospital in Pulwama,” a family member said.

His cousin Rayees Ahmad said that Yawar was asked to report to the Army camp in the Tahab area the next day.

Locals in the area said that there was a grenade attack in the area on Monday night and the next day, the Army men in the area snatched the card of several youths and they were asked to report to the camp.