350 Pakistani women ‘stuck’ in Indian-Administered Kashmir
Three hundred and fifty Pakistani women are struck in Indian-Administered Kashmir, the Sindh High Court was told by a petitioner on Monday.
Since the Indian government revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir these women have faced many difficulties.
The court asked for more details on the subject, and also asked the petitioner to request the women’s applications. After India revoked its special status in August 2019 a communication blackout was imposed in Kashmir.
Services reportedly had been partially restored earlier this month in some regions.