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Indian judiciary ignoring Modi’s abuses in Occupied Kashmir, The Economist

London-based weekly ‘the Economist’ says India’s judiciary is ignoring the government`s abuses in occupied Kashmir.

The paper in an article says more than seven million people of Occupied Kashmir feel urgency of judicial decisions on petitions challenging the government`s actions in Kashmir as they are suffering since 5th August and continue to be under siege.              

The Economist notes that BJP led government has turned the occupied territory into an open-air detention center.                               

It says Indian government wielding draconian anti-terror laws has detained thousands of Kashmiris including politicians, businessmen, activists and journalists to prevent them from protesting and they continue to be held without charge at unknown places.     

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