In occupied Kashmir, posters and handbills appearing in streets of Srinagar and other parts of the territory have urged the people to conduct a march towards Lal Chowk in Srinagar on Thursday, Friday and Saturday as a mark of protest against imposition of RSS agenda by Modi led Indian government.
Handbills and posters were circulated by Hurriyat activists reaffirming the Kashmiris’ resolve to resist Hindutva forces’ designs to enslave Kashmiri people.
The handbills pasted on electric poles, shop shutters and walls ask people to get united for their honour, dignity and identity and fight back against the Indian aggression. The Hurriyat activists made it clear to India that they neither accepted Indian occupation in the past, nor would accept it in the future. The activists said that their dream was freedom and they would not accept anything less than freedom from India.
Meanwhile, with even not an iota of improvement in situation on ground, life continues to remain uncertain in Kashmir valley and parts of Jammu region on the 53rd consecutive day, today. Right from north to south, business activities continue to remain suspended and public transport is off the road. Mobile calling service, broadband and pocket internet continue to remain shut with attendance of students negligible in all ten districts of the valley and five of the Jammu region.
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