Indian is witnessing some of the most violent protests.
The more than 30 people were killed
and hundreds more were injured in clashes with security forces in the past week in the wake of the killing of popular rebel leader Burhan Wani 0.22.
After the death of Wani, the young, who make up the bulk of the population of Kashmir,
it has been taken to throw stones in protest at the streets and the use of social media to tell their stories.
Demonstrations continued despite the heavy security presence
and the closure of Internet services and mobile phone.
Al Jazeera went to the streets of Srinagar,
capital of Indian Kashmir, to meet some of those involved.
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