Life remain paralysed on 72nd straight day in Occupied Kashmir
SRINAGAR - In Occupied Kashmir, normal life continues to remain paralyzed on the 72nd straight day, Tuesday (today), across the territory.
Restrictions continue to remain imposed, shops closed and schools and offices are empty and public transport is off the roads.
Heavy deployment of Indian forces and ban on pre-paid phones and internet services are causing great inconveniences to the people not only throughout the territory but also from the world.
According to media reports, a truck driver from Rajasthan was shot dead and his vehicle was set ablaze by unidentified gunmen in Shopian district.
Executive Editor of Kashmir Times Anuradha Bhasin, in her rejoinder affidavit in the Indian Supreme Court, has said that New Delhi and the IOK administration have suppressed from the top court the relevant orders and notifications relating to communications shutdown and internet blockade in the Kashmir Valley.