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Indian Occupied Kashmir remains under siege for the 25th consecutive day -Remarks by Spokesperson Ministry of Foreign Affairs

August 29,2019

The Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K) remains under siege and cut off from the rest of the world for the 25th consecutive day, today as the Indian occupation forces continue to impose an unprecedented military lock down and total clampdown of both road networks and all means of communications, which risk lives of the people. These inhuman and unilateral actions by India are continuing without any respite, despite international condemnation and censure. Due to severe blockade, the residents are facing acute shortage of essential commodities including baby food and life-saving medicines and the valley represents a humanitarian crisis. All internet and communication services and TV channels are closed in the Jammu and Kashmir valley. Local newspapers could not update their online editions, while majority of them could not print due to restrictions. The Indian authorities have converted the Indian occupied Kashmir valley particularly Srinagar into a military garrison by deploying Indian troops and paramilitary personnel in every nook and corner to prevent people from staging demonstrations against the move. However, people have been repeatedly flouting the curfew and other restrictions and staging protests to show their resentment against the Indian occupation and nefarious move. We condemn the unprecedented communication blockade and clampdown in IOJ&K and impress upon the international community to take cognizance of the continuing blatant human rights violations by the Indian authorities. We also remain gravely concerned over continued illegal detention, despite deteriorating health, of senior Hurriyat and thousands of other Kashmiris including political leaders and workers. The crackdown is so massive that jails and police stations have run out of space and many detainees have been lodged in makeshift detention centers. India should stop misleading the international community and accept the ground realities and aspirations of the people of Kashmir instead of continuing with its policy of obduracy in the territory.

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