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Candle Light Freedom Walk held in London to Express Solidarity with Oppressed People of Indian Occupied Kashmir

A candle light freedom walk was held in London to express solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir and condemn Indian brutalities in the territory.

The participants included Children, men, women and youth who walked from Parliament Square to Indian High Commissioner.

The participants had banners and placards in their hands inscribed with slogans against India and in favour of Kashmiris.

They also demanded an end to lockdown and communication blockade in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

In occupied Kashmir, the lockdown continues on the 64th  consecutive day, today, with all shops, main markets and educational institutions shut and public transport off the road in Kashmir valley and parts of Jammu region.

As the territory getting into the third month of the humanitarian crisis triggered by the Indian government’s decision to abrogate special status of Jammu and Kashmir on 5th August, normal life continues to remain paralyzed.

The residents are facing severe hardships due to shortage of essential commodities.

 

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