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14 months have passed since the illegal siege in the occupied valley, 253 people including women have been martyred in 14 months. The government and the people of Pakistan are Celebrating Kashmir Solidarity Day 5th February 2020 in a befitting manner to send a strong message of support to our brethren in occupied territory, Indian troops martyred 253 people, including women, during this period, according to the Kashmir Media Research Section. At least 1,498 people were seriously injured in the indiscriminate use of bullets, pellet guns, and tear gas on peaceful protesters, while troops arrested 14,096 people and molested 89 women and 968 Damaged houses or buildings. In these 14 months, there has been a complete lockdown and curfew in the occupied valley, citizens have not been allowed to move.

Kashmir is an international issue. Kashmiris martyred in fake encounters. 281 Kashmiris were injured by the indiscriminate use of air force and pellet guns during the protests and protests. Curfew has been in force in the Valley since the end of Kashmir’s special status.kashmir latest news

On 15 July, curfew was imposed in all districts of Kashmir and mobile phone networks were suspended. … Protests erupted in many areas after the lifting of the curfew, which was reimposed a day later in Kulgam district, Anantnag, and some parts of Srinagar in view of the march called by separatists.

Current status and political divisions. India has control of about half the area of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir, which continues the name Jammu and Kashmir, while Pakistan controls a third of the region, divided into two de facto provinces, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir. Pakistan claims Jammu and Kashmir based on its majority Muslim population.

Article 370 of the Constitution of India.

Article 370 of the Indian constitution is an article that gives autonomous status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The article is drafted in Part XXI of the Constitution: Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions.

On August 5 last year, India amended the special status of Kashmir and the Indian Constitution, repealing Laws 35A and 370, imposed a curfew in the Occupied Territories, and detained all political leaders and activists.