German state owned international paper gives a blow to India over Occupied Kashmir crisis

German state owned international paper gives a blow to India over Occupied Kashmir crisis
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SRINAGAR – German state owned international paper gives a blow to India over Occupied Kashmir crisis.

India’s claims about no health crisis and normalcy returning to the occupied Kashmir was exposed by Deutsche Welle (DW) News, a German state-owned public international broadcaster, stating that the valley under siege is facing severe health crisis.

Kashmiris spoke to DW, and revealed that Indian media reports the ongoing situation in the region as “all is well”, however the actual condition was in contradiction to it.

German news agency conducted various interviews of the affectees where one of the Kashmiris expressed, “No civilized people in the world will allow these types of restrictions”.

DW reported that Indian occupied Kashmir has been under siege for more than a month. The lockdown badly affects medical treatments whereas local hospitals are struggling to care for thousands

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