In occupied Kashmir, amid unprecedented Indian military lockdown, normal life in the Kashmir Valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu region continues to remain disturbed for the 88th consecutive day, today.
People continue to observe complete shutdown as a mark of silent protest against the Indian occupation and revocation of the territory’s special status.
Shops and businesses establishments remain closed for most of the time except for few hours in the morning and evening while public transport is off the roads. Government offices and educational institutions are open but almost no one turns up.
Although the authorities have restored landline and some postpaid cellular connections but a total ban remains enforced on the internet and prepaid mobile phones.
Being unable to speak with their loved ones, millions of people are suffering emotionally and psychologically as a direct result of the continuing siege.
Local newspapers have been reduced to few pages and they couldn’t update their online editions since the 5th of August because of the gag on internet.
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.