'Fight for Kashmir till last soldier and last bullet', DG ISPR becomes hero of Kashmiris
[image: Posters, DG ISPR, Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor, pictures, surface, IOK]
SRINAGAR (KMS) – Several posters and handbills along with pictures of Director General of Inter Services Public Relations Major General Asif Ghafoor have surfaced in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK).
The posters citing the DG ISPR read that Pakistan would continue fighting for Kashmir till last solider and bullet.
Hurriyat activists in posters announced that the people of Kashmir would together push India out of their homeland, which is a paradise on earth. The activists have said that the paradise could not be an abode of brute Indian forces.
As the curfew in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) has entered in the 29th day on Monday, the life has become more miserable and multiplied after the shortage of food and medicine.
The Kashmir valley remains cut off from the rest of the world since August 5 due to continued blockade and suspension of internet, mobile and landline services and closure of TV channels. Publication of local newspapers remains suspended. People are facing acute shortage of life-saving medicines, essential commodities including baby food as nine million Kashmiris are besieged while Jammu and Kashmir has become a big jail for its inhabitants.
The shops and business establishments continue to remain shut and schools, too, remain empty of students amid the authorities’ claims that they had opened the primary, middle and high schools in the territory.
Indian forces are using drones equipped with hi-resolution cameras and night vision devices for the surveillance of protests and other pro-freedom activities in restive Kashmir, a senior police official confirmed to the media in Srinagar.
During the lockdown, a report by Kashmir police confirmed that more than 300 incidents of protests took place over the past three weeks, with Srinagar topping the list with over 160 such incidents reported from the area. The incidents occurred between August 5 and August 7 after the abrogation of the provisions in Article 370 and the bifurcation.