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Eight men declared as proclaimed offenders, more properties seized in IIOJK
April 08, 2024

In Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, as part of the Narendra Modi-led Indian government's intensified policy of confiscating property on one pretext or another, the authorities have declared eight more Kashmiri people as proclaimed offenders. According to Kashmir Media Service, these people have been asked to appear in court within a month or face property attachment while three properties belonging to Kashmiri civilians have been seized in the Uri area of Baramulla district.

In recent years, there have been numerous cases of Kashmiri homes and businesses being demolished or confiscated by the Indian authorities.

Human rights groups have condemned these actions as a violation of international law. In continuety of these anti-human measures, Indian troops have launched a fresh wave of house raids and crackdowns in the occupied territory ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.

Predominantly, these operations including targeting youth, peace activists and freedom advocates aim to stifle dissent against Indian occupation.

Meanwhile, the Modi government's manipulation of education curricula has also sparked anger among the Kashmiri masses, particularly concerning the inclusion of Article 370 abrogation in school textbooks.

They argue that the biased narrative presented in these textbooks and the deliberate omission of references to UN Security Council resolutions distort the historical facts about the Kashmir dispute. They also denounced Hindutva teachings being imparted to Kashmiri students in 1250 RSS-run schools in the Kashmir valley.