Curfew and Restrictions enter 56th day in Occupied Kashmir, Over 11,000 Kashmiris still under arrest

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Curfew and Restrictions enter 56th day in Occupied Kashmir, Over 11,000 Kashmiris still under arrest

SEINAGAR - Normal life continued to remain paralysed as the unprecedented lockdown entered its 56th day in Occupied Kashmir today.

Indian troops in latest act of state terrorism martyred seven Kashmiri youth in Ganderbal, Ramban and Shopian districts during cordon and search operations on September 28.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the occupation authorities prevent people from staging demonstrations against the repeal of the special status of occupied Kashmir by the Indian government.

Communication services like mobile, internet and TV channels are closed in the entire Kashmir valley and in some parts of Jammu region.

Educational institutions, shops, markets and business establishments continue to remain closed while public transport is off the roads across the Kashmir valley. Communication services like mobile, internet and TV channels are closed in the entire Kashmir valley and in some parts of Jammu region.

Patients, doctors and other medical staff are facing difficulties in reaching hospitals due to curfew and other restrictions.

Foodstuff, medicines and other essential commodities have run out of stocks, adding to the miseries of the people.

The occupation authorities continue to place almost all Hurriyat leaders including Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai under house arrest or in jails. Over 11,000 Kashmiris including resistance leaders, political activists and youth have been arrested.