NEW DELHI, Oct 6 (Asia Free Press): Indian government has confirmed that they arrested 76 Kashmiri since August 2019 after New Delhi revoked the special status of the disputed Jammu and Kashmir region.
According to a report released by the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs said that security provided to those leaders has also been withdrawn.
The report further stated that 82 bank accounts of liberator leaders were also frozen, state-Radio Pakistan reported.
Earlier in the Indian Administrated Jammu and Kashmir, freedom leaders and organizations have called upon the international human rights organizations including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch to play their robust role in saving the Kashmiris from Indian brutalities.
In their statements, the leaders and organizations including Moulvi Bashir Ahmad, Abdul Samad Inqilabi, Jammu and Kashmir Tehreek-e-Muzahmat, and Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League deplored that ‘Kashmiris’ every right including the right to life has been snatched by the atrocious Indian forces’ personnel’.
They maintained that even women and children are not spared during violent military operations in the territory.
Meanwhile, the Indian National Congress leaders in Kashmir took out protest rallies in Srinagar and Jammu against the arrest of party General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi and the killing of eight farmers in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri district.
The Indian authorities tightened restrictions in Srinagar and adjoining areas following the protests in Srinagar.