Siege curbing spiritual freedoms in Indian Occupied Kashmir: NYT

US based mostly newspaper, The New York Instances mentioned, the India’s navy lockdown has hit the spiritual freedom of the folks in occupied Kashmir.

It mentioned in its report that the decision for prayer (Azan) 5 occasions a day from the minarets of the Jamia Masjid and throughout Srinagar have been silent for practically 4 months.

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The New York Instances mentioned final summer time India carried out a navy lockdown wherein it pressed harsh curbs on civil rights, arrested hundreds of individuals, blocked web and telephone service, and shuttered essential mosques.”

Yesterday, The audio system at a seminar in London highlighted the intention of Indian authorities to vary demography of Occupied Kashmir after revoking its particular standing within the structure.

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The seminar was held by the Organisation of Kashmir Coalition in reference to Worldwide Human Rights Day.

In the meantime, In occupied Kashmir, the World Human Rights Day was noticed as Black Day on Tuesday to attract the eye of the worldwide group in the direction of the deteriorating human rights state of affairs within the territory.

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In accordance with Kashmir Media Service, name for observance of the day has been given by the Chairman of All Events Hurriyat Convention, Syed Ali Gilani. The day can be marked with full shutdown in occupied Kashmir to remind the world that it’s duty-bound to resolve the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the related UN resolutions.

Then again, a three-member delegation of human rights activists from Canada led by Zafar Bangash met APHC-AJK leaders in Islamabad, as we speak.  APHC leaders Syed Abdullah Gilani, Sheikh Mohammed Yaqoob, Abdul Majeed Mir and Imtiaz Wani briefed the delegation concerning the newest human rights state of affairs in occupied Kashmir.

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