Continues lockdown, Raising chill Increases woes of IOK Individuals

ISLAMABAD: In Indian occupied Kashmir, there’s absolutely no respite for those inhabitants of the Kashmir Valley from India-imposed continued army siege that entered 111th afternoon on Saturday (today).

According to Kashmir Media Service, the rising chill following new storms and snowfall has added to the miseries of the men and women who have been affected immensely due to rigorous lockdown since August 5.

Because of continuing lockdown, folks couldn’t stock vital commodities for the winter a centuries-old clinic as Srinagar-Jammu Highway, the only real connection of this land remains closed for the majority of the season.The problem in Kashmir Valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu and Ladakh regions is far from the standard for 111th successive day, now, as anger runs high among the masses against India within its movement of repealing unique status of occupied Kashmir and placing the land under lockdown.

The current announcement of the Indian Home Minister, Amit Shah, where he maintained return of this normalcy from the inhabited land added to the anger of the masses.

The imposition of constraints under Section 144 in the land and installation massive deployment of Indian troops in each nook and corner of the inhabited land has produced a sense of anxiety among the regional men and women.

The ban on net, text messaging and prepaid phone connections stays in force along with the recovery of some way of communications, such as mobile telephones and postpaid mobile services, couldn’t offer any respite to individuals.

The inhabitants of the Valley continue to show their bitterness from New Delhi by detecting civil disobedience within its anti-Kashmir moves.As a part of the motion, the shopkeepers keep their stores closed during most aspect of their day while students aren’t attending the educational associations.

The offices are also seeing an extremely thin attendance.He explained,”Home minister Amit Shah gave a one-sided image of the Kashmir situation, which can be far from ordinary as people in the (Kashmir) Valley are mad and worried concerning the current situation.

The statements he made at the Parliament are completely averse to the floor situation. The image of normalcy exhibited is wrong.”

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