curfew, lockdown enters 45th day in iok


curfew and lockdown continued at forty fifth consecutive day on wednesday (today) in indian occupied kashmir (iok) from august five when narendra modi authorities introduced scraping of the special repute of jammu and kashmir.

the occupied territory continued to reel under strict military siege and curfew at the 45th consecutive day as all markets are closed even as shipping is off the road.

the authorities cozy restrictions to a confined quantity in some regions and opened faculties however the students failed to turn up as parents were unwilling to send their youngsters to faculties in view in their safety.

the attendance in government places of work in those areas also remained thin. the cell smartphone and net offerings continued to remain completely suspended.

because of the continuing military lockdown, the humans of the kashmir valley are dealing with acute shortage of simple necessities inclusive of meals, milk and existence-saving drugs. under the prevailing circumstances, the nearby newspapers find it difficult to hit the stands, at the same time as they couldn’t replace their on line editions.

in the meantime, global media pronounced that screams of humans are regularly heard from indian military camps in occupied kashmir at night, as troops choose up kids from villages and torture them at their camps to cause them to an instance for others. around two dozen younger guys in the villages of shopian shared horrible testimonies with the media.

sajjad hyder khan, a nearby legitimate in pinjoora village, instructed media that he had visible a list of one,800 people detained by police and troops from shopian alone. the citizens say the troops are committing such inhuman acts with an intention to create a weather of worry inside the occupied territory.

aphc leader and muslim khawateen markaz chairperson, yasmeen raja in a statement entreated the international community to take critical be aware of worst human rights scenario in occupied kashmir. communist birthday party of india-marxist leader, muhammad yousuf tarigami in a assertion stated that the human beings of kashmir were dying a gradual death.

then again, thousands of sit down-in protests were held and effigies of indian prime minister narendra modi burnt at one-of-a-kind places in volatile indian punjab after protesters had been stopped by means of the police from carrying out a march closer to chandigarh for their scheduled rally in unity with the besieged kashmiris.

rankings of activists, which include women, from distinctive farmers’ and college students’ unions, have been arrested with the aid of the police. the authorities’s selection to prevent protesters from accomplishing chandigarh backfired with lots retaining sit down-in wherever they have been stopped inside the nation.


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