In involved Kashmir, without precedent for the history, Milad gathering was prohibited at the Kashmir’s respected sanctuary of Hazratbal in Srinagar on the Eid Milad-un-Nabi (SAW), the birth commemoration of Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

Consistently, a large number of individuals travel from far away regions of Kashmir to reach Hazratbal sanctum on the twelfth Rabi-ul-Awal for supplications and to have the look at the sacred relic of the Prophet (SAW). From the days of yore, the heavenly relic was shown after each petition of the day on twelfth Rabi-ul-Awal. Notwithstanding, this year, no get-togethers were permitted at the altar. The fierce demonstration has harmed the strict assumptions of individuals of Kashmir, who have passionate and profound connection with the hallowed place as it houses the heavenly relic of Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Local people named the move as immediate impedance in strict matters.

Meanwhile, strict capacities were likewise prohibited in different places of worship and significant mosques of the Kashmir valley including the conventional congregational petitions at the hallowed place of Hazrat Naqshband Sahib in Khwajabazar region of Srinagar’s old city. The entryways of notable Jamia Masjid in Srinagar keep on staying shut for enthusiasts even on Eid Milad, today. Countless work force of Central Reserve Police Force are conveyed outside the Jamia Masjid to keep individuals from entering the mosque.

In the interim, uneasy quiet wins in the Kashmir valley and Muslim regions of Jammu locale, where life stays influenced on the 98th straight day, today, in challenge the rejecting of Kashmir’s exceptional status and its bifurcation. There are limitations on get together of at least four people while correspondence organize, including prepaid telephones and web keep on staying suspended. Suspension of web access even at alleged ‘Media help Center’ in Srinagar in the course of recent days has left media people between a rock and a hard place, as they can’t record their reports and news stories without web access.

The UK-based paper Guardian detailed that the European Economic and Social Committee situated in Brussels, Belgium, and the British High Commission in Delhi have completely expressed that they were not included, in any capacity, in the ongoing visit of Members of European Parliament to involved Kashmir. Reacting to the Guardian’s inquiries, David Gippini, the EESC press official said that the European Economic and Social Committee was neither mindful of this visit, nor was it sorted out or supported by the EESC.

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