Former Indian Minister exposes Modi’s policies in Occupied Kashmir

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

02nd Aug, 2020. 09:57 pm
Former Indian Minister exposes Modi's policies in Occupied Kashmir

Former Indian Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram exposes Modi’s heinous policies in Occupied Kashmir.

According to the details, the former Indian minister wrote an article in which he said that the tragic situation created by the August 5 measures in occupied Kashmir has not yet been resolved.

People in the occupied valley do not have access to newspapers, television, mobile phones, internet and hospitals, he said

In an article in an Indian newspaper, he said the rest of India should understand the situation by imagining a lockdown without freedom of expression.

Former Indian Minister Chidambaram said, the lockdown in the valley left 497,000 people unemployed.

The transport, garment, carpet and IT industries were devastated, he added.

According to him, 6,605 political activists were detained in the occupied valley. Another 38,000 troops were deployed in the valley after the lockdown.

Former Indian Prime Minister Chidambaram has declared it illegal to keep political leaders under house arrest.

Earlier, The Pakistan Army has released a new song to pay tribute to the brave Kashmiris on the occasion of Youm-e-Istehsal on August 5, the title of the song is Ja Chor Day Meri Waadi.

According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), for the first time, a Kashmiri has become the main character. The song begins with the sound of a clock reminiscent of the last 365 days.

Adsense 300 x 250