In occupied Kashmir, the district administration Kupwara has booked five more civilians, including two government employees and a retired Naib Tehsildar, under draconian law, Public Safety Act for raising voice against the continued human rights violations by Indian troops in the territory. According to Kashmir Media Service, Peer Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din, 65, Bashir Ahmad Wani, Abdul Ahad Malik, Faruk Ahmad Mir and Abdul Hameed all residents of Reshigund Kralpora were arrested and booked under the Act in Kupwara. Of the arrested civilians, three have been detained in sub-jail Kupwara while two have been lodged at Kot Bhalwal jail, Jammu. Meanwhile, the personnel of Indian Armys 29 Rashtriya Rifles have arrested three youth identified as Abdul Hameed Hajam, Hilal Ahmad Rather and Showkat Mir from Palhalan in Pattan.