Kashmir Press Club has issued a statement about attacks and harassment faced by journalists in the region while reporting from behind India’s communications lockdown.
“Kashmir is a prison right now, but its support in India. I don’t think people know what is happening,” the linguist and MIT professor told Karthik Ramanathan, an Indian origin, California-based technology expert.
Another student from a village in the south of Kashmir claimed to News Click that he was stopped and asked if there VPNs on his smartphone. “I had installed five of them. So, they beat me up,” he said.
“Only 3 percent of the mainly Muslim inhabitants of the city think Kashmir should become part of Pakistan, and 7 percent prefer Indian rule, the poll said,” Reuters in Report
Peoples National Alliance (PNA) was formed in such circumstances where JK’s national hood was at stake. PNA is the only clear voice & hope for the restoration of Jammu Kashmir state & it’s reunification.
A teen named Shehryar Shaikh aged 12 and a youth died in the cross LoC firing, the injured have been shifted to CMH Muzaffarabad after first aid.
5. India will try to deprive us of our language using different ways and methods, but it is your responsibility to protect the language and pass it on to the next generation.
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.
The Indian government claims that the situation in the occupied territory was under control but as per media reports, the presence of barbed wires in every chowk of the Jammu city proves that everything is not normal.
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.