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Kashmir still under siege – The Asian Telegraph

Kashmir still under siege

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The Indian brutal faces turn the scenic Kashmir valley into a larger torture cell since the ending of the special status of the Indian occupied valley on August 5 2019.
In the aftermath of the unlawful and illegal step by the fascist Narendra Modi led government, the life has been made miserable for the Kashmiri people, as not only the Kashmir people are being tortured and detained in notorious jails but the area has been cut from the rest of the world as all communications blockade has been put in place in the area to keep the world unaware of the unabated brutalities and inhuman acts in the valley.
Indian troops launched cordon and search operations in Samba, Kathua, Ramban and Rajouri districts in the Jammu region and Srinagar, Ganderbal, Hajin, Islamabad, Shopian, Pulwama and Kulgam areas of the Kashmir valley.
The people of the occupied territory continued to face miseries on the 156th consecutive day due to military siege and lockdown, particularly in the Kashmir valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu. Almost all journalist organizations of occupied Jammu and Kashmir staged a sit-in protest at Press Club in Srinagar against the unabated internet suspension since August 5, last year. They said that it was humiliating to give journalists a limited internet access at media facility centers and described it as a ban on media. The journalists were carrying placards bearing slogans like “Stop humiliating Kashmiri journalists,” and “156 days, no internet”.Despite all the brutalities and state barbarism in the occupied valley, the world has yet to take any step to implement the UN resolution to resolve the issue once and for all.

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