Curfew in IoK enters 22nd day
Indian aggression continues in occupied Kashmir, The Indian occupation authorities continued to impose curfew and other restrictions across the occupied Kashmir on the 22nd consecutive day.
A per details to prevent people from holding demonstrations against move of scraping articles 370 and 35A of its Constitution through a rushed presidential decree on Aug. 5 to the held valley.
According to Kashmir Media Service, the people of the region have been suffering from immense difficulties due to communication blackout and shortage of essential commodities including baby food and life-saving medicines.
Over 10,000 Kashmiris including hundreds of political leaders and workers have been detained. The jails and police stations have run out of space and many detainees have been lodged in makeshift detention centers.
The authorities have turned the valley, particularly Srinagar, into a military garrison by deploying thousands of Indian troops and police personnel in every nook and corner.
In Srinagar, troops and policemen are patrolling the deserted streets, lanes and by lanes to thwart any attempt of people to stage anti-India demonstrations.
It is important to mention that India has abolished Article 370 of the Constitution under which special status for the Indian occupied Kashmir has been revoked.
Section 144 is imposed in the occupied valley and the occupation administration has also arrested the Kashmiri leadership.
India’s move to revoke Article 370 and Jammu and Kashmir bifurcation is being condemned globally. Pakistan also rejected the unilateral move of India of dismantling United Nations recognized the status of Kashmir.
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