Indian authorities imposed curfew in Jammu region
SRINAGAR - In Occupied Kashmir, Indian authorities have imposed curfew in Kishtwar town and adjoining areas of Jammu region in the wake of verdict on Babri Masjid dispute by the Indian Supreme Court.
The people of Occupied Kashmir continue to suffer for the 98th straight day today due to Indian military siege.
Restrictions under Section 144, prohibiting assembles of four or more persons continue in the territory.
The communication network, including prepaid phones and internet services continue to remain suspended since August 5th.
Suspension of internet service even at ‘Media facilitation Centre’ in Srinagar has irked media persons, who depend on the facility to file their news stories.
All shops and business establishments remain closed and traffic is off the roads.