141st day of curfew in Indian Occupied Kashmir

Komal FatimaWeb Editor

23rd Dec, 2019. 12:48 pm
Indian Army Personnel

Curfew prevailed on 141st consecutive days in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

Curfew in Indian Occupied Kashmir entered the 141st day and people are facing immense issues as military barricade and lockdown.

BJP took over the special status of IOK.

Mobile accessibility, internet, and other communication services have been shut down since August 5.

Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference Syed Ali Gilani had quoted in a statement that the current position of India regarding Jammu and Kashmir is that of oppressor and occupier of which UN resolutions remain a piece of clear evidence.

Gilani had stated Srinagar.

Syed Ali Gilani said that people in IOK had struggled to protect their internationally-identified right to self-determination.

In addition to this, he also emphasized the international community to concern this matter of curfew prevailing in IOK.

Apart from that, Gilani also revealed India’s objective to deprive the people of IOK from their property, saying that India army already owns hundreds of thousands of acres of land, more land would be taken for colonies non-subjects and soldiers.

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ts been 140 days, restrictions under Section 144 remain in place while prepaid mobile phone, text messaging and internet services continue to be snapped.

Kashmir media reported Start ups have become one of the worst casualties of the Internet blockade in Occupied Kashmir.

The ban on Internet has dealt a severe blow to the small ventures employing hundreds of people.

The Internet ban has also impacted the courier services as online tracking of the courier has come to a halt.

The courier service providers face the problem of contacting their customers due to blockage in Kashmir by the Indian government.

The smartphone business has also crippled due to the Internet suspension.

According to the mobile dealers, the sales have come down by 90 per cent.

All shops and business establishments remain closed for most of the day and schools and offices without students and staff.

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