In occupied Kashmir, at least six people were injured due to the use of brute force by Indian troops on protest demonstrations against India’s move of repealing Article 370, which granted special status to the territory.
A hospital in Srinagar had admitted six patients with gunshot wounds or other injuries caused by lethal weapons, a source at the facility said on condition of anonymity. The residents leaving the occupied territory spoke of a tense military crackdown and protests breaking out against the Indian government’s shocking move to scrap its special status.
Occupied Kashmir has been virtually cut off from the rest of the world after Indian authorities took down phone and internet services ahead of Monday’s announcement by Narendra Modi-led Hindu nationalist government. Public gatherings and rallies have also been banned.
In occupied Kashmir, Indian authorities continued to impose curfew and other restrictions for the third consecutive day, today, converting the entire territory into a big jail through huge deployment of forces.
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18 September, 2019