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Pakistan move Modi’s case of atrocities in IoK to ISC

NEW DELHI: The lawyers of Pakistan have moved the case against continuous atrocities of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) to Indian Supreme Court.

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According to details, the lawyers of Pakistan have adopted the stance that the Indian government has continued its curfew in Kashmir despite the court’s orders which is a violation.
The petition also requested the court to annul the Indian move of abrogating Article 370 that gave special status to the occupied valley and also urged to take suo-moto notice of the matter. 
Since August, India abolished Article 370 that granted special status to occupied Kashmir. The Modi government sent an unprecedented number of Indian troops to the occupied valley.
The residents of Kashmir are under severe lockdown for the past 47 days. The global powers have condemned India’s heinous crimes against the people of Kashmir.
People continue to suffer immensely as the valley continues to remain under strict military lockdown for the 47th consecutive day, Thursday in India occupied Kashmir. The people of the valley are deprived of basic necessities; food, medicines, and all other essential items.
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