Razia Sultana, daughter of Hurriyat leader Yasin Malik, said in a message to the international community and human rights organizations that Kashmiris have been in the curfew for 30 days, they are suffering from shortage of food, they are dying and they need help.
According to details, Hurriyat leader Yasin Malik’s wife Mushaal Mullick shared a video message of her daughter on the social networking site, in which a little girl was asking a question to the international community.
— Mushaal Hussein Mullick (@MushaalMullick) September 3, 2019
She said that Kashmiris are in curfew for 30 days, they are suffering from shortage of food, they are dying they need help, whether you will help Kashmiris during this difficult time or not.
Little Razia Sultana further said that India has changed the occupied Kashmir into a prison, the children are not going to school.
It is to be noted that after the abolition of Article 370A, curfew is being held in the occupied valley for the 30th day, mobile phones, internet service and TV broadcasts are suspended.
Due to suspension of communication system, constant curfew and strict restrictions, people are facing severe shortages of milk, life-saving medicines and other essential products for children.
On the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha, curfew was imposed in the occupied valley, which prevented Muslims from offering Eid prayers and Sunnat-e-Ibrahim.
Nobel Laureate Indian Economist Dr Amartya Sen also said that without democracy there is no solution to the Kashmir issue, the European Parliament has also demanded the Indian government to immediately lift the curfew in occupied Kashmir.