Indian journalist and human rights activist Arundhati Roy has criticized the Indian government over the tense situation in occupied Kashmir, while Amnesty International India has demanded the release of captive political leaders.
According to the International News Agency, Arundhati Roy, a human rights activist and well-known journalist in India, took the Modi government horizontally and said that the so-called secular India has been using the army against its own people for many years while Pakistan. I’ve never done that.
Arundhati Roy strongly condemned the occupation of Kashmir and continued curfew, saying that people have been detained in their homes, political leadership is imprisoned, communication systems are suspended and normal life is stagnant for 23 days. This is a new type of repression.
Amnesty International, on the other hand, expressed concern over Indian operations in occupied Kashmir and demanded the release of political leadership, stating that it is illegal to stop freedom of expression in the occupied valley, continuous curfew, suspension of communication system and influx. People’s lives have been made inaccessible by stopping the movement.