Today On Wednesday, is the third day of curfew imposed by the Indian authorities in the occupied Kashmir, converting the entire territory into a big jail through the huge deployment of forces.
According to the International media, all educational institutions are closed in Kashmir, while the entire population is practically held incommunicado because it has no contact with the external world via the Internet or by telephone.
People are facing a shortage of daily commodities, including milk, dairy products and medicines. The curfew has also remained in force in all the major cities of the Chenab Valley districts in the Jammu region.
All the leaders of the resistance, including Syed Ali Gilani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, have remained under house arrest or in prison.
A large number of members of the Kashmiri community organized a demonstration in London against the abrogation of Article 370 by the Indian government led by Narendra Modi.
The demonstrators urged the world community to take notice of blatant violations of UN resolutions on Kashmir by New Delhi.
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16 November, 2019