It is also the latest incarnation of the Indian government’s goals of a settler-colonial policy for the valley, which Kashmiri academics and scholars have long warned is the ultimate ambitions of the Indian state.
An airline which was flying to Muscat carrying as many as 150 passengers from Jaipur in India was rescued by an air traffic controller from Pakistan at the right time after it ran through extreme weather conditions as per the media reports.
They tried to stop her but she kept on running. One of her neighbours told her that these were Hindus taking revenge from Muslims by killing and ransacking and vandalizing their properties.
Police said there are no curfew restrictions in any part of the valley today. However, restrictions under Section 144 CrPC, prohibiting an assembly of four or more persons, continued as a precautionary measure in the valley on Tuesday.
“China deplores and firmly opposes that. India unilaterally changed its domestic laws and administrative division challenging China’s sovereignty,” he said replying to a question.
“Some elements are instigating Jihad and armed struggle against the Indian forces which will be great damage to the Kashmir cause, and is against the interest of Pakistan as well,” he said.
According to local News one, an 8-year boy died on the spot in Neelum Valley, where many other injured including House burnt by Indian Army firing across the Cease Fire Line.
Toqeer Gillani, a leader of Jammu-Kashmir Liberation Front, said Saturday the group will cross the frontier near Chakotay. He said they would spend the night at the midway point and resume their on-foot journey early Sunday.
That the pre-requisite for reconciliation, good neighbourliness and durable peace between them is a commitment by both the countries to peaceful co-existence, respect for each other’s territorial integrity and sovereignty and non-interference in each other’s internal affairs, on the basis of equality and mutual benefit;
Pressing upon Pompeo to tell the Indian government “to immediately lift the communications blackout and adhere to international human rights standards in Jammu & Kashmir”, they give instances of how amidst communications blackout there are “increasingly disturbing reports of human rights abuses.”