The detained chief of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) in occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Tutuja Mufti, daughter of former chief minister Mufti, was arrested. At the same time, three youths were martyred in the occupation of the occupied Indian Army.
According to the NDTV report, Al-Mufti claimed that he wanted to visit his grandfather and former Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Saeed's fourth anniversary at his grave. He asked his security officer for permission in this regard. And sent the driver to the administration but they were not allowed.
The grave of Mufti Mohammad Saeed is located in Bej Bhara area of Anantnag district.
"I have been locked up in the house, and I am not allowed to go anywhere," said Mufti.
He raised the question, 'Is it a crime for a grandchild to go to his grandfather's grave? Does the administration think I was going to stone or protest? '
On the other hand, the Indian Army martyred three youths in the occupied valley while conducting state terror.
According to a Kashmir Media Service report, the Indian army killed the youth during an alleged siege operation in Nowshera area of Rajouri district.
Two days ago, two Indian Army personnel were killed in an attack in the same area.
It should be noted that on August 5, 2019, the government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi abolished the special status (Article 370) of occupied Kashmir and passed a new law on the reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Indian government, with the elimination of the special status of occupied Kashmir, had imprisoned thousands of people, locked them in their movement and locked down the region, as well as suspended communication links.
After the abolition of Article 370, Narendra Modi claimed that this extraordinary move was aimed at making the occupied valley "once again a paradise."
However, the people of Kashmir are fed up with the Indian government's move, which has led to daily protests; business people refuse to open their businesses and children are out of school.