Humanitarian crisis worsening in IHK



Indian government’s imposition of stringent curfew in occupied Kashmir, after abrogation of articles 370 and 35A of its Constitution through a rushed presidential decree on Aug. 5, entered its 28th day on Sunday.
According to Kashmir Media Service, Indian occupation forces are being anticipated to conduct a major crackdown in Kashmir’s Soura region, where violent clashes had erupted between protesters chanting slogans against New Delhi’s aggression and illegal moves in the Muslim-majority Himalayan region.
Kashmir has been an epicenter of wars between Pakistan and India for several decades since the partition of the sub-continent in 1947 after getting independence from the British rule. Speaking on a condition of anonymity, a top Indian police official told the media that the Indian Army was preparing an operation in the area where frequent demonstrations were held on the call of local leaders resisting Indian occupation.—Agencies

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