JAMMU: Indian police have lodged a first information report against two Muslim youth in Rajouri district of occupied Jammu and Kashmir for their posts on social media.
The Kashmir Media Service reported that the police booked Atiq Chowdhary and Farooq Choudhary for their posts on social networking site, Facebook.
Senior Superintendent of Police, Rajouri, Yougal Manhas said the police had registered a case against the youth and teams had been formed to arrest them.
This could be one of the posts that led to their arrest:
Held-Kashmir has long been under siege of Indian occupational forces. Now, it is going to be about two weeks since they have imposed curfew in the valley which has left people with food and medicine scarcity, after the BJP government illegally changed status of the disputed territory.
The Indian government on August 5 repealed the special status given to the occupied Kashmir under the constitution’s Article 370 and Section 35 A, and bifurcated the region into two Union Territories – Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh. The arbitrary move is feared to spark unrest in the disputed territory.
The decades-old conflict of Kashmir has resulted in horrific wars and continuous border tensions between Pakistan and India. The issue has strained the bilateral relations between the nuclear-armed neighbours as it is at core of their foreign and security policies.
India’s brutal occupational forces have committed a plethora of inhuman grave felonies in the Himalayan valley, but Kashmiris’ resilience has throughout been remarkable.
The world powers on Friday discussed the long-standing Kashmir dispute after 50 years at the United Nations Security Council.
The UNSC met for a consultation on Pakistan and India’s dialogue on Kashmir in the wake of the Indian government’s act of abolishing the special status of the disputed territory.
The in-camera meeting was convened on Pakistan and China’s request. Media persons were would not be allowed to attend the meeting.