Protests Begun to Break Curfew in Kashmir, Arrest 500

Indian forces have been making heavy arrests in Kashmir since taking up the dignity of autonomy. In the largest operation in the last few years, more than five hundred Kashmirs, including politicians, have been arrested.

According to the Indian daily Anand Bazar newspaper, like yesterday, the people of Kashmir ignored the dam of 144 and took part in the protests on the streets of Srinagar.

There were reports of protests from Srinagar on Thursday. There were also small collision in Poonch, Kargil and Kupwara.

Anand Bazar said that the displaced Kashmir’s people are slowly taking to the streets against the unilateral decision of the BJP government. The country’s paramilitary forces opened fire on the protesters.

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More than a hundred people have been admitted to Hari Singh Hospital in Srinagar after a stroke. Some of them are reported to have lost vision.

Meanwhile, all communication with the rest of the Himalayan region has been cut off to prevent protests.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pro-Hindu government had completely cut off Kashmir’s phone and internet connection before canceling the special status of Kashmir.

Right now Indian-controlled Jammu and Kashmir has become one of the most militarized regions of the world. More than seven million security personnel, including army, paramilitary and police personnel, are stationed there.

Temporary prisons have been built in hotels, guest houses, public and private buildings. The entire valley of Kashmir has become a prison.

The number of detainees and detainees, including two former chief ministers and law enforcement leaders of the National Conference of the influential party of Kashmir, has increased to six.

Hurriyat Conference Chairman Mirwaiz Omar Farooq was arrested on Tuesday, but was later brought back to his house and kept under house arrest.

Present situation of Kashmir. Indian protests started in all 10 districts of the Kashmir Valley. Protesters defied curfew with attacks on security forces and public properties.

8 August 2019