India gets yet another snub from top international body over Occupied Kashmir blockade

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India gets yet another snub from top international body over Occupied Kashmir blockade

NEW YORK - India gets yet another snub from top international body over Occupied Kashmir blockade.

The Committee to Protect Journalists, an independent watchdog body, has expressed alarm at reports of a communication blackout and the arrest of a journalist in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir state amid an escalating political crisis.

On Monday, the Indian government announced the revocation of a constitutional provision granting limited autonomy to Jammu and Kashmir and introduced measures that would change Kashmir’s administrative status from a state to a union territory, essentially putting it under federal control.