Around 1,300 Kashmiri political leaders, civil rights activists, trade unionists and civilians have been detained by Indian forces since the military siege and communication blockade that began last week.
Here is the video report released by the solidarity team which visited Kashmir
Trade unions said the working class in Kashmir, both domestic and migrant, was paid better minimum wages in comparison to many other States. They also said the step by the Indian government would lead to regressive labor laws being implemented in Kashmir
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Indian paramilitary forces used tear gas and fired pellet guns at protesters, injuring at least 12 people
Jammu and Kashmir’s status as an autonomous state in the Indian union changed overnight as its citizens were kept under a complete lock down with all means of communication shut.
We report on Kashmir solidarity protests in India and across the globe.
Hundreds of party members and activists protested in New Delhi and other parts of the country against the BJP government’s decision to abrogate a constitutional provision that protected the autonomy of the State of Jammu and Kashmir
Protests were organized in New Delhi and other states by Left parties and organisations terming the Indian government’s decision to remove the autonomy to Kashmir as an attack against constitution of country and the people of Kashmir.
Following heavy military deployment, the arrest of political leaders and a communications crackdown, the far-right Indian government introduced provisions in parliament to destroy the autonomy of Jammu and Kashmir and break up the State