The year-long clampdown in Kashmir has worsened the misery of Kashmiris and pushed them into an abyss of despair. Many have turned to other occupations to earn livelihood for their families. A recent ruthless act of killing an elderly man in front of his three-year-old grandson was another example of the troopers’ brutality.
The year-long clampdown in Kashmir has worsened the misery of Kashmiris and pushed them into an abyss of despair.
Indian government has granted non-Kashmiris the right to buy land in Kashmir—a move to alter the demographics of the area.
Pakistan has always taken a stand on this matter, raised the voice at UNGA but lacked consistency.
Since lock-down, we all are experiencing a sort of imprisonment. However, we’ve access to amenities of life. We’re free to breathe and free to live in a free state. No oppression and subjugation. Even many of us were cursing the government for imposing the intermittent lock-down since March. What about those Kashmiris who have been living in a double lock-down due to Covid-19. We can feel the pains of Kashmiris for a day or two then forget about it when we get engrossed in our daily affairs.