Indians start to mock Kashmiris even with food as people struggle with terrible food shortages
ISLAMABAD - Indian hotels start to mock Kashmiris even with food as people struggle with food shortages in the valley.
At a time when the curfew-hit Indian-occupied Kashmir (IOK) is struggling from a terrible food shortage, a restaurant in India is offering a discount on a platter if the customer is from the disputed valley in order to mock and humiliate the people of Kashmir
#UnitedIndiaThali link A restaurant Ardor 2.1 in Connaught Place, New Delhi, is offering “Article 370 Thali”.
People from J&K will get 370 Rs extra discount on this. Read more details in the pic. pic.twitter.com/Tpgw1GOGex link
— Jammu-Kashmir Now (@JammuKashmirNow) September 5, 2019 link
The restaurant also claims to have veg and non-veg food options in the platter from the Himalayan region.
The disputed valley has been under lockdown since August 5 when India snatched IOK’s special status through a rushed resolution.
To dampen the possibility of widespread protests, India flooded Kashmir with troops, imposed severe movement restrictions, and snapped all telephone, mobile phone and internet connections.