Indian government gets yet another snub from the ally United States: Report
ISLAMABAD - The US lawmakers during a Congressional hearing on human rights have once again expressed concerns about the grim situation in Occupied Kashmir.
Indian-American Congresswoman, Pramila Jayapal said that she is deeply concerned by Indian government’s actions in Kashmir.
Democrats Sheila Jackson Lee, David Trone and David Cicilline, also criticised India’s actions after scrapping Kashmir’s special status.
Arunima Bhargava, commissioner from the US Commission on International Religious Freedom, said that the rights of Muslim communities are being curtailed because of Indian government’s actions.