Today marks the 48th day since occupied Kashmir remains under severe Indian military siege.
In occupied Kashmir, normal life remains crippled with humanitarian crisis aggravating with each passing day as the strict curfew and communication blackout imposed by the Indian authorities entered 48th day, today.
The occupation authorities continue to clamp curfew and snap communication services including internet, mobile, landline telephones and TV channels in the Kashmir valley and five districts of Jammu since August 5 when Indian government announced repeal of special status of occupied Kashmir.
The Kashmir valley remains cut off from the rest of the world for the past over a month now and the residents are suffering immensely due to continued severe blockade.
According to details, The Supreme Court directed the government to restore normalcy in the valley, stating that the orders are given to Kashmir Government over the request of Farooq Abdullah’s release.
Despite the fact, no actions were taken against the siege, neither the curfew was lifted up.