Curfew enters 25th day in occupied Kashmir

SRINAGAR: The Kashmir valley stays lower off from the remainder of the world for the 25th consecutive day, on Thursday, because the occupation authorities proceed to impose curfew and different restrictions.

Occupied Kashmir is beneath strict a lockdown since fifth August when Narendra Modi-led Indian authorities introduced the repeal of Article 370 of the Indian Structure that granted particular standing to Jammu and Kashmir.

The Indian authorities have transformed the Kashmir valley significantly Srinagar right into a navy garrison by deploying Indian troops and paramilitary personnel in each nook and nook to stop individuals from staging demonstrations towards the transfer.

Nonetheless, individuals repeatedly flouting the curfew and different restrictions have been staging protests to point out their resentment towards the Indian occupation and nefarious transfer.

As a result of extreme blockade, the residents are dealing with acute scarcity of important commodities together with child meals and life-saving medicines and the valley represents a humanitarian disaster.

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All web and communication providers and TV channels are closed within the Kashmir valley and Doda, Kishtwar, Poonch, Ramban and Rajouri areas of Jammu area since fifth of August.

Native newspapers couldn’t replace their on-line editions whereas majority of them may additionally not be printed on account of restrictions. Faculties within the Kashmir valley proceed to register a really skinny attendance of scholars in distinction to employees presence, in line with officers.

Alternatively, nearly all Hurriyat leaders, together with Syed Ali Gilani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, have been put beneath home arrest or in jails. Over 10,000 Kashmiris together with tons of of political leaders and employees have been detained.

 

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