Curfew continues in occupied Kashmir on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha
Srinagar: Unprecedented curfew and communication blackout continue in occupied Kashmir even on the day of Eid-ul Azha.
Reportedly, the Muslims in Kashmir are unable to offer Eid prayers or sacrifice animals as there is deployment of military and security forces in every street and corner.
The curfew has resulted in shortage of essential commodities including food and medicine in the valley. On the other hand, there is a complete communication blackout with no internet or mobile service.
According to Kashmir media service, the government of India holds ban on Eid gatherings in Kashmir today and almost all political leadership including Syed Ali Gilani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq are under house arrest.