Restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir to prevent Muharram processions

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In Indian Occupied Kashmir, the puppet authorities imposed strict restrictions in Srinagar to forestall folks from taking out Muharram processions, reported by Radio Pakisan.

The authorities deployed Indian troops and police and paramilitary personnel in full riot gear throughout town to cease the Muharram processions.

Pedestrian, in addition to vehicular motion, was barred with the position of razor-fitted wire on the principle roads.

Foremost Muharram processions are banned within the Indian occupied territory within the title of safety issues since 1990 and solely small mourning rallies are allowed in chosen areas.

Ashura processions had been historically taken out from Abi Guzar in civil strains to Zadibal within the previous metropolis of Srinagar.

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