He later posted a video in which an Indian army soldier can be heard saying that every stone pelter will meet this fate. "This is just so shocking!#Kashmir".
Officials investigating the matter under instructions from Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said Dar is a resident of Sitaharaan village in Khag tehsil of Budgam district in central Kashmir and the army unit involved is 53 Rashtriya Rifles.
The man can be seen tied to the front of an Indian army jeep in what appears to be an effort to stop people from throwing stones at an army convoy passing by a Kashmiri neighborhood.
On Friday morning, an unverified less than a minute video showed a young man tied to the front of an army vehicle, followed by the mine resistant Casspir vehicle of the army and a civilian bus also carrying the government troops.
Jarring videos, images shot on cameraphones and depicting the conflict in Kashmir at its depraved, polarised worst have flooded the social media since yesterday.
The violence has killed tens of thousands of civilians and security force personnel since the rebellion began.
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- Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) April 14, 2017Here's the video as well. The video shows a group of around 12 boys and equal number of forces men clashing with each other and it appears the video was shot by poll staff, according to the voice in background.
On Mr Abdullah's charge, she said: "The NC had in 2010 said the PDP, which was in the opposition at that time, was giving money to stone-pelters".
On seeing the video, cricketers Gautam Gambir and Virender Sehwag tweeted in support of the CRPF personnel.
Dubbing the incident as "shocking", Omar also tweeted that the video of youth being tied to a jeep would not generate same "anger" and the video of CRPF jawan being humiliated generated.
A shocking video shows the man bound to the vehicle after reportedly pelting stones at officers to protest against Indian rule during a local poll in Budgam, Kashmir.
In the most recent protests, held across the districts of Srinagar, Budgam and Ganderbal, almost 200 people, including some troops, were wounded. Whoever wants Azadi LEAVE NOW! I will take a look at the latest video about which I am hearing.
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