G20 meeting: Modi government’s ulterior motives to hide atrocities in Occupied Kashmir

Srinagar: Before the G20 tourism meeting, the Modi government has turned the occupied valley into a military fortress and raids, sieges and searches are ongoing on the homes of Kashmiris.

According to the details, the Modi government came up with new tactics to hide the atrocities in Occupied Kashmir.

Ahead of the G20 tourism meeting in Srinagar, the valley was made a cantonment and by the construction of bridges at various places, increasing the hardships of Kashmiris.

Forced arrests of Kashmiris were intensified in violent operations by the Indian Army.

Raids, sieges, and searches are ongoing on the homes of Kashmiris while the number of arrested persons has increased to more than 1000.

On the other hand, the Hurriyat leaders have called for a strike on May 22 against the holding of the G20 meeting and demanded the international community to stop India from violating international laws.

The Modi government will hold a GT20 tourism meeting in Srinagar from May 22 to 24. According to Indian media, China and Turkey are likely to not participate in the meeting in Srinagar.

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