Indian Military afraid of Kashmiri women now, former CM Farooq Abdullah’s sister and daughter arrested in Occupied Kashmir
SRINAGAR - Indian Military is afraid of Kashmiri women now as former CM Farooq Abdullah sister and daughter arrested in Occupied Kashmir during a women march. Occupied forces on Tuesday detailed 12 women including sister and daughter of the ex-chief of the Indian-occupied Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah for holding ‘anti-Indian protests’, GNN has learned.
As per details garnered, detained women were carrying placards displaying slogans of ‘Why downgrade Jammu and Kashmir’ and ‘Respect Fundamental Rights’.
It is pertinent here to mention that protests broke out few hours after Indian limitedly restored call facilities on post-paid SIMs.
However, ban on as many as two million prepaid connections will continue to persist.
Indian media added that the wife of former occupied IoK CJ Bashir Ahmed Khan was also arrested by occupied forces.
Other protesters included prominent women activists and academicians.