In August, “Kashmir” became the most searched word on Google.
The world’s largest search engine “Google” was searched in Kashmir in the last month.
It has not happened before when the UN has given Kashmir attention.
According to reports, after the elimination of the special status of Kashmir on August 5, there was a wave of concern across the world, the closure of the communication system in occupied Kashmir, the internet, mobile services, landline services, and other communication systems were closed.
After the cancellation of Article 370, not only Pakistan but people all over the world searched for Kashmir most and tried to find out what’s going on there.
Not only Article 370, people have also extensively searched for information regarding Kashmir flag, Kashmir security and Kashmir.
The curfew in Kashmir, especially with the closure of internet and phone services, has led to curiosity in the world as to what is going on there.
That’s why Kashmir Topic is being searched on Google.
Given the situation, it is said that the focus of the entire world on the eradication of curfew will be concentrated Kashmir, which India fears.
The crisis of humanity is reaching an alarming proportion while the lock down and blockade has entered 49th day in occupied Kashmir, today.
India has stepped up its state terrorism in the occupied territory increasing its brutalities against the innocent Kashmiris.
It has turned the Kashmir valley into a big open-air jail and a hell for its inhabitants.
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.
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.