People suffer from depression in occupied Kashmir: BBC report
Srinagar: The BBC has released a report stating that people in occupied Kashmir have become depressed.
According to the details, the British Broadcasting Agency has revealed in its report that people in persistent lockdowns and curfew-occupied Kashmir have become frustrated and depressed, while the prevalence of depression patients in Pulwama has increased by 150%.
The BBC report says that the number of mental patients is increasing in Srinagar too, more fear among Kashmiris is to be detained by Indian Army; Kashmiris say that they Are also responding to Indian troops questions in the dream.
The report of the British Broadcasting Agency reveals the anxious situation of the oppressed people of occupied Kashmir; they have been detained by the Indian Army for 185 days, their normal life being largely suspended which has caused a very bad impact on the mental health of Kashmiri’s people. After this report, the question arises whether the Modi government's policy is to make Kashmiris mentally ill.
It is to be noted that there have been reports earlier that the Indian Army is using firearms as well as psychological weapons against Kashmiris, including sexual violence against Kashmiri women. Indian troops are not even delivering children to Kashmiri, further inflicting the worst violence on the children.