Srinagar | Jagran Information Workplace:  Half a dozen females activists, including Jammu and Kashmir’s previous Main Minister Farooq Abdullah’s daughter and sister, were detained from the police on Tuesday for protesting up against the government’s Jammu and Kashmir shift.
Abdullah’s sister Suraiya and daughter Safiya have been major a team of women in Srinagar activists once they had been detained through law enforcement officials in Jammu and Kashmir.
The protesters, who were putting on black color arm and holding placards, were banned through the law enforcement personnel to assemble. The police asked those to disperse peacefully however they refused and tried to phase a stay-in.
The authorities also tried to stop the protesting women from distributing a statement to the press covering the protest.
“We the women of Kashmir disapprove the unilateral choice taken from the government of India to revoke Write-up 35A, 370 and downgrade and divided the state of Jammu and Kashmir,” the assertion mentioned.
The women, who had been challenging the restoration of civil liberties and fundamental legal rights of the citizens, stated that they ‘betrayed, humiliated and violated as people’ right after the government’s decision to terminate the specific position of Jammu and Kashmir and requested the government to bring back every little thing.
They also demanded the quick discharge of detainees and the demilitarization of rural and metropolitan places.“We express our outrage against the nationwide media for their fake/misleading coverage of soil realities in Kashmir,” the declaration added.
Limitations were imposed in Jammu and Kashmir right after the federal government ended the special position of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5. Following the decision, the government also detained many politicians in the Valley including previous Main Ministers Farooq Abdullah, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti saying that the methods are now being taken to ensure no untoward situation occurs within the Valley.