Lockdown and curfew go into 30 consecutive days in IoK

The curfew imposed by the Indians continues for 30 consecutive days in Jammu and Kashmir occupied by the Indians.

Indian-held areas of Kashmir have been subjected to a strict curfew and communication breakdown since August 5, when India unilaterally revoked Article 370 of the Indian Constitution, which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

All means of communication were suspended when the Indian government revoked the years of revoked autonomy and gave full control of the disputed region in New Delhi.

Due to the curfew, races are about to end and people are struggling to get food. Children's milk has become scarce in the availability.

The Muslims of Kashmir have not been able to sacrifice animals and offer prayers for Eid-ul-Adha, while the entire occupied territory has been converted into a military garrison and a large concentration camp thanks to the deployment of staff in all the streets and villages of the territory.

Two days ago, Amartya Sen, a social security economist and Nobel laureate, said there could be no solution to the Kashmir issue without democracy.

Yesterday, the European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee tackled the issue of escalating unrest in occupied Kashmir at its meeting.

According to the details, the Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Raja Farooq Haider Khan, attended the meeting to appropriately assess the parliament on the situation of Kashmir and the Indian atrocities under way, with a view to a resolution .

The AJK government issued a press release saying that for the first time the Kashmir dispute will be discussed in the European Parliament.

On the other hand, Sikh militants attended the solidarity demonstration organized by Kashmir in front of Pakistan's consulate in Birmingham on September 2nd.

On this occasion, Sikhs expressed their solidarity with the victims of Indian state terrorism in Kashmir and pledged to work tirelessly to promote the restoration of human rights in Kashmir.

They also warned that this would only be possible if the underlying cause of the conflict was resolved.

Sikhs declared that the denial of freedom by force should cease by international action and that the right to self-determination of Kashmiris should be exercised freely by the people, who had been so tragically targeted by Indian extremism for decades .

The manifestly illegal acts committed by Modi since August 5 internationalized the dispute to such an extent that it was impossible for India to credibly repeat these absurd claims.

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