UN envoy says communications blackout in Kashmir is draconian

UN envoy says communications blackout in Kashmir is draconian

The decision by India to revoke the special status of Jammu and Kashmir is followed by an unprecedented security lockdown and a near-total communications blackout in the divided Himalayan region. With landline, cellphones and internet down, Kashmiris can’t call one another or outside the region, relying only on limited cable TV and local radio reports for news.

Tom A
Tom A
Fawksie
Fawksie 8 months

Big surprise, the UN isn't good for anything except talk.

Kenguru Safari
Kenguru Safari 8 months

go to southfront.org for war-related news. Anything else it guaranteed to contain some form of bias or propaganda.

michael zubas
michael zubas 8 months

this isnt good.

IIZard
IIZard 8 months

One concern that was raised is by allowing regular Indians the right to buy land and settle in Kashmir, the Muslim majority will be slowly whittled away. Someone needs to tell them diversity is their strength.

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