Kashmir media has reported that Indian atrocities in the occupied Kashmir have claimed seven lives in the month of November 2019.
According to the data issued, at least eighty-two people were critically injured in the firing by Indian troops on peaceful demonstrators in the occupied territory. Sixty-five civilians, mostly youth and political activists were arrested.
The troops damaged three houses during a cordon and search operations. The authorities did not allow Friday prayers at historic Jamia Masjid in Srinagar since August 5.
Meanwhile, lockdown and military siege continue to haunt the daily life of the Kashmiri people on the 119th consecutive day.
The continued suspension of internet, prepaid and SMS services are forcing the Kashmiris to quit jobs in prestigious institutions across the world.