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Arrested Kashmiri photographer Musarat Zahra wins Photo Journalism Award

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According to a report by Baaghi TV, the International Women’s Media Foundation has declared Kashmiri photographer Musarat Zahra the winner of the Photo Journalism Award this year.

The photo competition was organized by the International Women’s Media Foundation. Musarat Zahra was awarded by the International Women’s Media Foundation for identifying the conflicts in Occupied Kashmir.

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Musarat Zahra, who was born in Srinagar, provides an emotional picture of daily life inside Occupied Kashmir through her photographs, which was appreciated by the jury of the International Women’s Media Foundation and declared the winner.

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The award is given in memory of German photojournalist Anja Nderinghaus, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2014. The award winner is awarded 20 million rupees by the International Women’s Media Foundation. The International Women’s Media Foundation has been fighting for freedom of the press since 1990 and values ​​and fully supports the sentiments of women journalists.

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Alyssa Les Manoz, executive director of the International Women’s Media Foundation, says government threats and the declining state of press freedom around the world pose serious threats, damage and censorship to countless communities around the world. During these times, Anja’s legacy reminds us that they are the headlines of communities that are the real victims of civil and societal oppression and barbarism.

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When the award was announced, Musarat Zehra said that the award recognized the work of journalists like me.

Musarat Zehra’s pictures give a glimpse of the daily life of the people living in Kashmir, where the Indian army oppresses the Kashmiris, the youth are martyred and the internet is shut down.

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Musarat Zahra, one of the few female photojournalists working in Kashmir, is often harassed and repeatedly called a threat to the Indian government. The International Women’s Media Foundation said in a statement that it was currently investigating the photographs she posted on social media and could face up to seven years in prison.

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“I hope this award will inspire me to fulfill my potential and do my job with more confidence,” she said. I also expect it to impress other female photographers working in difficult environments. On April 18 this year, a case was registered against Musarat under Section 13 of the UAPA and Section 505 of the Indian Penal Code.

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Musarat posted a photo of a story on Facebook in December last year claiming that a woman’s husband had been killed by the Indian Army in 2000. Zahra wrote in her post that even after two decades, this woman still suffers from depression by remembering her husband.

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