Thousands of people including Pakistanis, Kashmiris, Indian Sikhs, Hindu Dalits, Bengalis and human rights organizations will stage protests against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address at the 74th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session on Friday (Sep 27).
People will protest against Indian brutalities and consecutive curfew in Indian Occupied Kashmir. In occupied Kashmir, normal life remains paralyzed due to continued curfew, restrictions and communication blackout imposed by the Indian government.
The Kashmir valley is under continued military siege since 5th August when Narendra Modi-led Indian government repealed the special status of occupied Kashmir and imposed strict clampdown in the territory. Thousands of Indian troops have kept millions of Kashmiris confined to their homes during all these days.
Educational institutions, shops, markets and business establishments continue to remain closed while public transport is off the roads across the Kashmir valley. Communication services like mobile, internet and TV channels are closed in the entire Kashmir valley and in some parts of Jammu region.
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27 September, 2019