Lock down of occupied Kashmir continues on 28th day

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SRINAGAR: Curfew and strict communication blockade on Sunday entered 28th day in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK), over 4,500 individuals amongst over 10,000 arrested have been booked below draconian legislation, Public Security Act for the reason that repeal of the particular standing of territory by the Indian authorities on fifth August.

In accordance with Radio Pakistan, these detained below PSA embody Hurriyat leaders, political employees, merchants, legal professionals, social activists and youth.

The curfew and communication blackout continues within the Kashmir valley on the 28th consecutive day, immediately, the place persons are going through acute scarcity of important commodities together with child meals and life-saving medicines.

The valley stays minimize off from the remainder of the world since August 05 on account of continued blockade and suspension of web, cell and landline companies and shutting of TV channels.

The printing of native newspapers stays suspended whereas colleges shut.

In the meantime, after getting various Twitter accounts blocked, the Indian businesses are scanning over 3,500 Fb and Whatsapp pages.

Experiences mentioned though cell community within the territory has been snapped since August 05, the Indian businesses are scanning messages and movies earlier shared in these teams.

Earlier, the Indian authorities had written to Twitter to dam some accounts after the abrogation of Article 370.

Following written criticism by the federal government, the micro-blogging web site had suspended some Twitter handles.



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