The political leaders of Kashmir have been under house arrest for almost two months. Finally the ban is lifting from them. An advisor to the governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Satyapal Malik, said on Thursday.
A section of the Jammu leaders were also under house arrest. They were released on Wednesday. At the front is the election of the Block Development Council. This is why the sanctions are being lifted from the leaders of Jammu and Kashmir.
The central government has announced the election several days ago. When asked about the Kashmir leaders who were imprisoned, the governor’s adviser, Farooq Khan, said it would be analyzed separately for each. Only then will they be released.
After the repeal of Article 370 of the Indian constitution, more than four hundred political leaders of the state were either arrested or held hostage. Among them are former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah, Farooq Abdullah. The Kashmir Valley communication system has been disrupted for the past 3 days. There is no internet service.
Security was banned for security reasons and internet and mobile services were shut down. Last August, Mehbooba Mufti’s daughter Sana Litjia Javed told Home Minister Amit Shah that she was concerned about her mother’s health. Because he could not communicate with his mother. He alleged that people were kept in animal cages in Kashmir. General human rights are not being granted.
But for a week, Kashmir slowly started to normalize. Although there are still restrictions in some places. Not all shops have opened yet. The attendance rate in schools is also low. The election of five blocks development council on October 25. Twenty-five thousand panchayat members will vote there.