India Army monitors activities of IIOJK women

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Srinagar

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, it is horrible to think that Indian Army could stoop so low to start monitoring the activities of Kashmiri women through secret cameras while they are busy in doing work in their lawns and orchards.

Locals told Kashmir Media Service over phone that they have spotted some cameras installed by the Indian Army in the orchards of Soibug area of Badgam district to record and monitor the activities of Kashmiri women and children.

They said that the move has created a sense of fear and insecurity among the local population.

According to the locals, Indian troops are taking videos and pictures of Kashmiri women and children to use them as a weapon against the Kashmiri people, engaged in struggle for freedom against India’ illegal occupation of their motherland.—KMS