Eight more declared POs in occupied Kashmir

Modi regime continues confiscating private properties to settle outsiders in disputed territory.

SRINAGAR: The Modi regime continues occupying private properties in occupied Kashmir to settle outsiders in the disputed territory. 

The main aim of the plan is to turn the Muslims of occupied Kashmir into a minority so that the illegal occupation of Kashmir can be prolonged. 

Moreover, in order to silence the popular voice of the Kashmiri people, their leaders are either put in jail, house arrested or picked up by the occupying forces and killed and dumped.

Within the last one week, the occupying authorities have declared eight more Kashmiri people as proclaimed offenders.

According to Kashmir Media Service, these people have been asked to appear in court or face property attachment. In similar manner, three properties belonging to Kashmiri civilians have been seized in the Uri area of Baramulla district.

Houses and businesses owned by the Kashmiri people in different parts of the disputed territory have in the recent past been demolished or confiscated by the Indian authorities.

Besides, the Modi regime’s manipulation of education curricula has also sparked anger among the Kashmiri masses, particularly concerning the inclusion of Article 370 abrogation in school textbooks.

Rights activists and political parties have been calling upon the international community to take notice of Indian violations of basic human rights on the occupied territory. 

They also urged the United Nations to fulfil its obligation of ensuring the right to self-determination for the people of Kashmir as promised under its resolutions passed over seven decades ago.

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