Curfew, communication blockage enters 224th day in IoK

SRINAGAR: The curfew and communications blockage in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) continues to remain cut off from the rest of the world on the 224th consecutive days on Sunday.
On Saturday, Indian forces in their fresh act of state terrorism had killed one Kashmiri youth in Baramulla district in occupied Kashmir.
As per details, the youth identified as Mudassir Ahmed Butt was killed during a vicious cordon and search operation in the Shutloo area of the district.
US daily The New York Times in a report disclosed that Indian police concertedly motivated against Muslims and actively helped Hindu miscreants that targeted Muslims and their homes during the deadly insurgences that engrossed the Indian capital last month.
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A research conducted in IoK stated that Indian troops have martyred at least 75 Kashmiris, including three women and four teenagers during the ongoing seven-month long siege and lockdown in occupied Kashmir.
At the end of seven-months of unavoidable military lockdown, out of those martyred seven youth were killed in fake shootouts or keeping illegal custody than killed.
The people of Kashmir urged the international community to take notice of the dilemma of the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir, who have been living under absolute lockdown since August 5 when New Delhi revoked the region’s sovereign status.
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Restrictions under section 144 and total ban on internet and prepaid mobile services remain enforced. Public transport is off the roads. Shops and business centers barring a few hours in the morning and evening continue to remain shut.
On 10th January, Indian Supreme Court ruled the communications blackout in occupied Kashmir as unconstitutional and ordered the government to review all restrictions, including suspension of internet service, in occupied Kashmir within a week.
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