Kashmir Day will be observed on Friday to express solidarity with the oppressed people of Indian Occupied Kashmir. The day is being marked to expose the Indian blatant human rights violations in the occupied valley and draw the world attention to the plight of Kashmiri people.
In a statement today, Interior Minister Ejaz Shah said Indian forces have imposed an indefinite curfew in occupied Kashmir and the people have no access to essential commodities including food and medicines. The Interior Minister said Prime Minister Imran Khan will also raise the voice of Kashmiri people during his address to the UN General Assembly.
In occupied Kashmir, normal life continues to remain badly affected in the Kashmir valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu region due to the snapping of mobile and internet connectivity and shutting of public transport as well as main markets on 54th consecutive day, today.
According to Kashmir Media Service, due to the prevailing situation, people are facing scarcity of basic essentials in particular life saving drugs. Resultantly, the children and the elderly as well as those suffering from serious ailments are badly hit. Main markets and other business establishments continued to remain closed and public transport is off the road in the occupied territory.
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27 September, 2019