"The contents of the video are being verified and investigated", a Defence spokesperson here said.
Eight people had died on April 9 when violence erupted during the polling for Srinagar's Lok Sabha seat in Budgam and Ganderbal districts. "Now, because of an explosion in social media, it's finally coming out", Kashmiri activist Khurram Parvez told AFP.
In the video clip, an Indian army soldier could also be heard saying: "Those who throw stones will meet the same fate".
A rash of videos showing Indian forces assaulting Kashmiri youth flooded social media on Friday, after internet services were restored in the valley following the Srinagar parliamentary by-poll.
The jeep to which the protester is tied to appears to be part of an Indian Army convoy that seems to be passing through a sensitive area.
Dar, who has sustained several injuries, said he was paraded for almost four hours from 11 am on April 9, the day of the Srinagar Lok Sabha bypoll. He has said the incident requires "urgent inquiry".
"For some reason, this recent image from Beerwah, Kashmir of a "human shield", a young man strapped to the bonnet of an army jeep (ahead of a Mine Protected Vehicle, if you watch the full video) is really, really disturbing".
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While comparing this video with the former one in which Kashmiris were seen attacking Indian soldiers, he said that the present incident won't gather the same outrage. "This is just so shocking!" said Omar Abdullah in a series of tweet on Friday. But his brother, Fayaz Ahmad Dar, told TOI that Farooq was not a stone-pelter and had even voted at Chill Brass at a polling stationon Sunday.
Singh said, "I have already asked for filing an FIR onthe incident (of) CRPF jawans (being heckled) while carryingelectronic voting machines".
The video of the man tied to the jeep triggered an outrage, prompting Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to seek a report from police. I understand the outrage the CRPF video [showing Indian armed forces personnel getting kicked] generated.
He alleged he was picked up by an army contingent that wanted to enter Beerwah village with the polling staff and tied with ropes to the front of the vehicle, officials said.
An Army Quick Reaction Team was called in to help the group.
An earlier video of a CRPF Jawan showing restrain even as he is seen being heckled and hit by a mob has prompted action after the video circulated on social media and set off nationwide outrage.
Umer Farooq, another netizen, shared it on Facebook and commented: "And I am sure this video will not get viral.and Gautam is not going to condemn this".