In Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the authorities have placed restrictions on scores of journalists; mostly working with international media outlets to prevent them from travelling abroad.
The restrictions have been imposed on 22 journalists among 43 other personalities to keep the outside world unaware of Indian war crimes in the held valley.
These journalists, human rights activists and academicians are critical of the Modi regime’s inhuman treatment of the Kashmiri people.
Meanwhile, anti-India and pro-freedom protest demonstrations erupted in Baramulla town, today, against the injuries to a youth in unprovoked firing by Indian troops in Azad Gunj area of the town.
In continuation of repressive policies against Kashmiri people, Indian authorities have sacked six more government employees on the charge of affiliation with the ongoing freedom movement.