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Kashmiris forced to sign bail memorandum: Indian media

Anum RizwanWeb Editor

21st Oct, 2019. 02:20 pm
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In occupied Kashmir, the environment of fear and uncertainty continues to grip the Kashmir Valley as Kashmiris are being arrested over discussing Article 370 now.

According to details, Indian media has revealed that house arrest victims of Indian occupied Kashmir are now being forced to sign the bail memorandum.

Indian media published a copy of the memorandum stating that holding talks over current situations of Indian occupied Kashmir will be banned throughout the state.

A bail condition will be given to the arrested Kashmiris to prohibit speaking over the brutalities by Indian forces.

Whoever will violate the clause will have to pay a fine to the administration.

10,000 will be submitted at the time of bail, Whereas, 40,000 of fine will have to be paid with chances of arrest.

According to Kashmir media service report, Besides ban on internet across all platforms, prepaid cellular services continue to remain suspended on 78th straight day, today.

Shops and business establishment except for few hours in the morning and evening continue to remain shut, educational institutions are deserted and public transport is off the roads.

Presence of government employees in the offices remains thin. The shutdown is seen as a mark of silent protest against India’s occupation and its Aug 5 illegal move.

Besides hitting hard lakhs of customers, particularly students, professionals and media persons, the total gag on internet is severely affecting health services in the territory.

There is a shortage of life saving drugs as the internet shutdown makes it difficult for chemists to place online orders and receive deliveries on time.

Amid growing demand of post-paid connections in the Kashmir valley, all the major telecom operators have been ordered by the authorities not to convert pre-paid SIM cards into post-paid ones in the territory.

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