October 17, 2019

500 arrested in occupied Kashmir, clampdown challenged in Indian Supreme Court

Since New Delhi’s network of security measures in a home in Kashmir, Indian soldiers have detained more than 500 people and civilians remain at home on Thursday.

India this week decided to take security measures to restore the unique opportunity to occupy Jammu and Kashmir and bring the Himalayan region from Jianzhou to the region. Kashmiri fighters have been fighting for Indian rule in the area where most people live.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to address the public on Thursday to discuss the issue. Its national security adviser, Ajit Doval, visited the law and situation on Wednesday.

The petition was filed in the Supreme Court of India to oppose this request. Democrat spokeswoman Tehseen Poonawalla said he expects the Supreme Court to hear his request for restrictions on curfews and other restrictions on Thursday, including the closure of mobile phones, the Internet and channels leading to Kashmiri news.

He also called for the release of Kashmir leaders as soon as possible, including Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti.

According to reports, Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad strongly opposed the restoration of Kashmir’s special status by the Bharatiya Janata Party and was reportedly detained today at Srinagar Airport and was asked to return to New Delhi, India.

The state-run All India Radio reported an arrest without any details. He also said that the shooting incident at the border with the Indian and Pakistani troops took place in the Rajouri part of Kashmir later on Wednesday.

Actor Ali Mohamed told New Delhi TV that he was arranging an ambulance to transport patients to the hospital in Srinagar, Kashmir, India’s largest city because local residents could no longer use their mobile phones for medical help. In response to India’s actions, Pakistan said on Wednesday that it will end its relationship with New Delhi and demand that the Indian ambassador leave and suspend trading. The government said that Prime Minister Imran Khan told the Pakistan National Security Council that his government would use all means to “explore the atrocities in India” and Kashmir’s human rights violations.

India regrets Pakistan’s business and says “the reason it is made possible is that it may bring terrible images to the world”. It urged Pakistan to reconsider the idea of ​​reducing relations in order to maintain appropriate communication channels.

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