Indian government airlifts thousands of more troops to Occupied Kashmir
ISLAMABAD - According to latest reports, the Indian government has airlifted eight thousand personnel of Central Reserved Police Force to Jammu and Kashmir.
This is an addition to the 28,000 troops which India sent to the territory last week.
Meanwhile leader of National Conference Omar Abdullah has attacked the Centre over its move to scrap Article 370 that grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir, calling the move ‘deceit and stealth’ and warned that it will have ‘dangerous consequences’.
In a statement the former Chief Minister of Occupied Kashmir said the Indian government has unilateral and shocking decisions are a total betrayal of the trust that people of Jammu and Kashmir had reposed in India when they acceded to it in 1947.
He said the New Delhi has resorted to deceit and stealth to lay ground for these disastrous decisions.
He said the move is unilateral, illegal and unconstitutional and will be challenged by the National Conference.