German chancellor Angela Merkel is concern About Kashmir’s Current Situation and genocide in Kashmir (Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir).
The condition in which the people of Kashmir are living is unsustainable and must be improved, German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Delhi.German chancellor Angela Merkel sbows her concerns about the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir during her visit to New Delhi, India.
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has expressed concern about lockdown and human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir by the Indian army. She said the current situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir is neither good nor sustainable and cannot be supported for long.
Curfew continues for 106 consecutive days in Indian Occupied Kashmir valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu and Ladakh following August 5 (The day when Indian government revoked the article 35A and 370). Indian illegal decision to abrogate the special status of occupied Kashmir. Restrictions under Section 144 and ban on prepaid phones, SMS and internet services remain enforced.
Restrictions under Section 144 continue to remain enforced in the territory where people are seething with anger over India’s anti-Kashmir moves. The onset of winter amid a total ban on the internet, SMS and prepaid cellular networks has added to the worries of the Kashmiri people.
Shopkeepers also join the protest by downing their shutters except for a few hours. The Indian government has ordered cable operators not to air any channel from Muslim countries like Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, and Malaysia.
Meanwhile, people continue to observe silent protest against India’s unilateral actions by staying away from educational institutions and offices. As a mark of silent protest, the residents of the Valley continue to keep their shops closed except for a brief period in the morning and evening and quit going to schools and offices. Public transport is also unavailable.
United Nations Security Council through several of its resolutions has upheld the fundamental right of Kashmiri people to decide their own future through a fair and impartial plebiscite held under the UN auspices. On October 27, 1947, Indian forces entered Kashmir and never left. Ever since Kashmiris have observed a ‘black day’ on October 27. This October 27 marks not only the anniversary of the invasion but also almost four months (106 days) since the siege since August 2019.
Massive Human Rights Violation By Indian Army in Kashmir . Continuous Seige and brutality, prison and disappointments, uncertainty have made the Kashmiris psychologically ill. People suffering from mental traumas as well as physical wounds and loss . Kashmiri Muslims are locked down and subjected to torture arrest raped and murdered.
Due to continued lockdown, people have more difficulties to face in the coming days as they have not been able to stock essential commodities for the harsh winter as the only surface link of the territory remains closed for months. India is currently using RSS goons to crush Kashmir economically. Non-local workers and truck drivers are being killed in Kashmir to destroy their business.
Restrictions, detentions, and curbs on religious freedom in occupied Kashmir. Indian-American Congresswoman and Democrat, Pramila Jayapal, at the hearing said that she was deeply concerned by the Indian government’s actions in Kashmir including detaining people.