In a setback for India, US Congressmen strongly raised Occupied Kashmir lockdown ahead of President Trump visit to India

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In a setback for India, US Congressmen strongly raised Occupied Kashmir lockdown ahead of President Trump visit to India

ISLAMABAD - In a setback for India, US Congressmen strongly raised Occupied Kashmir lockdown ahead of President Trump visit to India.

Ahead of US President Donald Trump’s visit to India on Monday, two US Congressmen have raised serious concerns over the prevailing situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir and the new controversial citizenship law.

In their separate statements, Congressmen Ami Bera and George Holding stressed that the Narendra Modi government should release political detainees and restore normalcy in the Occupied Kashmir at the earliest.

Ami Bera who was talking to newsmen in New Delhi said it is desire of the US to see a resolution of Kashmir issue.

He also expressed concern over the Citizenship Amendment Act that has sparked protests across India over the last three months.