curfew in Kashmir

Curfew continues in Indian-held Kashmir for 12th day

In Occupied Kashmir, the puppet authorities continued to impose strict curfew across the Valley and put all Hurriyet leaders under house arrest for the 12th consecutive day to prevent anti-India demonstrations on the Black Day on Wednesday.

The Kashmir Valley is facing an acute shortage of essential commodities including food and medicines due to the curfew.

No newspaper could hit the stand on the fifth day while Internet connectivity on all mobile phones remained suspended for the ninth day in the Valley. The death toll in the ongoing Kashmir Intifada rose to 49 as another succumbed of his injures in a hospital in Srinagar on Wednesday.

The residents of Bhaderwah town in Jammu region observed complete shutdown to register their protest against the killing spree in the territory.

Kashmiris and their sympathizers held a demonstration at Watford in UK while the leaders and activists of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front staged a sit-in in front of the UN office in Brussels against genocide of Kashmiris by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir.

The protesters demanded of the world community to pay attention to the deteriorating human rights situation in the occupied territory and play role in an amicable settlement of the Kashmir dispute to save the Kashmiri people from Indian brutalities.

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