Additional Armed Forces deployed in Indian Occupied Kashmir

Srinagar: Fear and panic have reportedly spread in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJK) following the deployment of additional Indian forces.

According to reports, the National Conference in the IIOJK has expressed concern over the deployment of 5,000 more troops in the region saying that on the one hand, the Indian Government doesn’t tire of making claims of development, on the other hand, they are increasing the number of troops in the illegally occupied region every day. 

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According to the Kashmir Media Service, Assistant General Secretary of the National Conference Dr. Sheikh Mustafa Kamal, while addressing the party workers at the office in Srinagar said that based on information he has received, the Indian personnel have been conducting communal operations at several Srinagar locations. He added that new bunkers have been built on all roads and alleys while more are currently under construction. 

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Dr. Kamal said that the current activities are reminiscent of the 1990s when forces were similarly deployed in the IIOJK region and a vicious cycle of carnage and bloodshed had ensued. He stated that millions of Indian troops are actively deployed in Kashmir, adding another 5,000 personnel makes it seem like India wants to create the 1990-like situation.   

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Additionally, Dr. Mustafa Kamal stated that Indian ministers and officials are claiming the situation in the region is peaceful. He questioned if that is the case, what is the need to deploy more troops? He continued that the Indian attitude clearly shows that the Indian authorities are not sympathetic to the people of Jammu & Kashmir and that their measures are a reflection of a repressive and dictatorial system.

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