UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS)
At least three insurgents have been killed as a result of clashes between security forces and insurgents in India’s Jammu Kashmir region.
According to local media reports, officials reported clashes between security forces and insurgents in Pulwama as security forces surrounded the area.
The killed insurgents are alleged to be members of the Hizbul Mujahideen organization.
Abolition of the special status of the Kashmir Masjid
India on August 5 last year, by repealing Article 370 of the constitution that recognizes Kashmir’s special status for more than half a century, eliminated the region’s special status structure and divided the Kashmir and Kashmir into two entity territories.
Following the ruling, Indian security forces in Jammu Kashmir intensified law enforcement operations and pressure on the population, cut off communication lines and arrested leaders and members of all local parties in the region.
Since 1947, when India gained independence from the UK, Kashmir Jammu was in a privileged position to adopt its own laws. This special status also included citizenship law, which did not allow foreigners to settle and acquire property in the region.
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