Indian Occupied Kashmir lockdown enters 91st day
SRINAGAR - In occupied Kashmir, life in the valley continues to remain paralyzed on 91st day of lockdown and communications gag.
Internet and pre-paid mobile services remain suspended while educational institutions closed and public transport is off the roads.
Since the abrogation of Article 370 till the third week of October, Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry has faced 10,000 crore rupees losses.
Meanwhile, IOK administration has prepared a list of over 450 people including businessmen, journalists, lawyers and political activists, who would not be allowed to travel abroad for a particular time period.
Indian troops arrested a youth from Sopore area of Baramullah district.