The lock in the Kashmir valley continues on the 34th day



Lockdown and communication breakdown by Indian occupation authorities across occupied Kashmir entered the 34th day in a row.

According to the details, the population of the region suffers from immense difficulties because of the communication breakdown and the lack of basic necessities, including baby food and life-saving drugs, on the 34th day of closure.

According to the details to prevent people from holding demonstrations against the removal movement of Articles 370 and 35A of its Constitution by a presidential decree precipitated August 5 in the valley held.

According to Kashmir media, Indian police have tortured a civilian in custody in Handwara town.

The civilian, Reyaz Ahmed Thekri, arrested on Wednesday, was severely tortured while in police custody. He died in the dungeon of the Qalamabad police station in the city of Handwara.

On the other hand, a 21-year-old student from Kashmir was tied to a pole and assaulted by a group of Hindu fanatics in the Alwar district of the Indian state of Rajasthan.

Meer Faid, a seventh-year aeronautical engineering student from Baramulla, occupied Kashmir, was attacked by Hindu fanatics and forced to wear women's clothing in the town of Neemrana in Alwar district.

The victim's brother, Meer Faisal, said, "They took him to an isolated place where he was forced to wear women's clothes. They then asked him to walk around the market with these clothes, "he added.

Faisal said that despite registering a RIP, the police did not take any action against the culprits but kept Faiz in custody all night and tortured him.

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