Two-day shutdown commences in occupied Kashmir against Article 35-A of Indian Constitution
SRINAGAR: In occupied Kashmir, two-day shutdown initiated from today to challenge the assault on the Article 35-An of the Indian Constitution that awards unique rights and benefits to the lasting inhabitants of Jammu and Kashmir and bars non-Kashmiris from buying area and property in the region, detailed Kashmir Media Service.
Require the shutdown has been given by the Joint Resistance Leadership containing Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik and bolstered by dealer bodies and common society associations.
All shops, business foundations are shut while activity is off the street in every real city and towns of the domain. Indian armed force and police staff have been sent in quality to upset hostile to India challenges.
The shutdown is gone for communicating hatred against the hearing in the Indian Supreme Court, tomorrow, of an appeal to looking for cancelation of the Article 35-A.
The repeal of this established arrangement will prepare for the Indian natives to forever settle in occupied Kashmir that will along these lines result in change in the statistic structure of the domain.