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Indian military lockdown enters 96th consecutive day in IOJ&K
November 08, 2019

In Occupied Kashmir, the Indian military lockdown has entered 96th consecutive day, today.       

The authorities are likely to re-impose strict restrictions today to prevent people from holding anti-India demonstrations after Friday prayers.  Indian authorities have not allowed Juma congregational prayers at any of the major mosques in the territory since August 5th.      

People living in the territory continue to observe silent protest against Indian occupation and repeal of special status of the territory by the Modi government.                                                 

Apart from heavy presence of Indian troops, restrictions under Section 144 remain enforced in the territory.                      

Internet and mobile services are still totally snapped in the Kashmir Valley and Muslim areas of Jammu region.