In involved Kashmir, uneasy circumstance win in the Kashmir valley and Muslim regions of Jammu district, where life stays influenced for the 98th day on Sunday in challenge rejecting of Article 370 and 35 An and bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories on August 5.
Limitations under Section 144 CrPC, forbidding gather of at least four people, proceed in the domain.
Without precedent for the historical backdrop of Kashmir, the IOK organization denied the congregational social event at the Kashmir’s adored sanctuary of Hazratbal in Srinagar on the eve of Eid-e-Milad-un Nabi (SAW), the birth commemoration of Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
All doors of notable Jamia Masjid in Srinagar stay shut for enthusiasts even on Eid Milad, today. Enormous number of Central Armed Paramilitary Force (CAPF) are conveyed in the Jamia advertise and outside to keep individuals from entering the love place.
The correspondence organize, including prepaid telephones and web keep on staying suspended since August 5. Suspension of web access even at ‘Media help Center’ in Srinagar has incensed media people, who rely upon the office to record their news things.
Media people, including working for various neighborhood, Indian and global media houses, said that the web access has been unpredictable from the most recent three days at the media focus, which is the main spot where they can survey web.
In the interim, time limit has been clipped in Kishtwar town and bordering zones of Jammu locale while prohibitory requests were forced in nine different areas of Jammu district in the wake of decision on Babri Masjid debate at Ayodhya by the Indian Supreme Court. In Jammu city, all shops and business foundations stay shut and business traffic was off the streets. Indeed, even private vehicles were likewise halted by the police at numerous spots
The Guardian announced that the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) situated in Brussels, Belgium, and the British High Commission in Delhi have expressed that they were not included, in any capacity, in the ongoing Kashmir visit of Members of European Parliament (MEPs) that was composed by Madi Sharma, an individual of Indian starting point and an individual from the EESC.
Reacting to the Guardian’s questions, David Gippini, the press official of EESC, said that the EESC didn’t know about this visit, which was neither sorted out nor subsidized by the EESC.