Indian Authorities further intensified restrictions across Occupied Kashmir

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Indian Authorities further intensified restrictions across Occupied Kashmir

SRINAGAR - In occupied Kashmir , Indian authorities have further intensified restrictions in occupied Kashmir in the name of security during a visit by a group of Indian ministers to the territory.

According to Kashmir Media Service, people are forced to stay indoors and vehicular movement is largely restricted during the ongoing military lockdown and internet blackout on the 168th consecutive day.

Commenting on the so-called visit by the Indian ministers, Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party Chairman, Harshdev Singh in a statement said that this drama has been conceptualized as a political firecracker by the BJP to whip up hysteria in its favour in the elections.

APHC AJK leaders Muhammad Farooq Rehmani, Abdul Majeed Malik, and the Chairman of Kashmir Council Europe, Ali Raza Syed, in their separate statements denounced the statement of India’s Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat about detaining the Kashmiri children in so-called de-radicalisation camps.

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