The normal life in the Indian-Occupied Kashmir remain paralyzed as the curfew and communication blackout in the valley by the brutal government of India entered 47th consecutive day, today (Friday).
The Modi-led government of India has deployed thousands of Indian troops in every nook and corner in the beautiful valley, creating an atmosphere of fear across the mountainous valley.
The residents of the occupied valley are reluctant to come out of their homes and prefer to stay in the houses due to the deployed troops.
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According to the details, all markets in the Jammu and Kashmir, business establishments and shops are closed from the first day of curfew while the transportation system has also been ceased. The educational institutes across the valley are deserted.
The administration of the schools has announced to open the schools but the parents continue to keep the children at home due to apprehensions about their safety. On the other hand, the presence of government employees in the offices remains thin.
The Indian government has also suspended the communications links including internet and mobile network services. The broadcast of the TV channels has also been halted in Kashmir valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu.