Changes made by the Indian government to Jammu and Kashmir’s domicile and land laws could end up changing the region’s identity.
The Indian Government placed the country's northernmost state under curfew in August 2019. Unable to work, locals have been unable to pay rent—leading many to sell their land.
A year after its autonomy was revoked, Kashmir continues to be a mess of human rights violations.
A Pakistani Minister Just Threatened to Bomb any Country That Sides With India over the Kashmir Issue
Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, Ali Amin Gandapur, said that if tensions with India rise over the Kashmir issue, Pakistan will be compelled to go to war.
As petitions challenging the restrictions imposed in Kashmir pile up, the Chief Justice of India has said a five-judge bench will look into the issue in early October.
Songs about marrying Kashmiri women and buying land there are gathering millions of hits on YouTube and TikTok.
Hotel managers claim they received WhatsApp messages which were apparently from the government stating that people from Jammu and Kashmir should not be allowed in their hotels.
“Anything that separates two lovers can never bring peace.”
“Is this Eid or Ashura, the day of mourning?”
Just days after Kashmir had its special status revoked, film producers are looking to cash in on the issue.
This comes after the government revoked an article that allows the state to take privileges away from women who marry non-Kashmirs
Kashmir has been a source of dispute between India and Pakistan ever since the countries became independent from Britain in 1947.