Srinagar: People still struggling to get their normal life back as curfew and lock down continues in 144th day. Kashmir Media Service reported
According to reports, it is the largest curfew and suspension of Internet service in an area in term of days. Besides other sectors of life, the nearly five-month-long Internet gag has critically hit the ambulance service in handling emergencies and ferrying referral patients from one place to a different in occupied Kashmir.
On the other hand, Indian authorities has decided the prosecution of Muhammad Yasin Malik (JKLF Chairman) and Dukhtaran-e-Millat Chief Aasiya Andrabi on the charges of raising slogans and asking people to boycott the elections. The cases against both liberation leaders were registered in 2010 and 2018 under the draconian law, Unlawful Activities Act.
Global Newspapers has reported that after decades of notching important diplomatic victories, India is now on the receiving end of unprecedented global suspicion and hostility for its controversial steps in occupied Kashmir and inside India. The newspaper mentioned the abrogation of Kashmir’s special status, a religion-based citizenship law and demonetization as three key policies of the Narendra Modi government behind India’s diminishing global stature. The newspaper said that the building of detention centers to house Muslims closely resemble the concentration camps built by the Nazis in Germany under Adolf Hitler.