- Curfew from night in Kishtwar, Rajouri, Ramban, Jammu and Srinagar
- Prevention of rallies in the state, mobile internet service also closed
- Omar Abdullah's tweet – We do not know what is being done with the people of Kashmir
- Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan said: The time has come to decide on Kashmir
Aug 05, 2019, 10:43 AM IST
Srinagar. Between the current situation of Jammu and Kashmir, three former chief ministers Farooq Abdullah, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti were detained at Srinagar on Sunday night. Section-144 was implemented at 12 o'clock in Jammu and Kashmir, which became sensitive in the security perspective. The administration said that rallies have also been banned in the state. Also the mobile internet has been discontinued. All schools and colleges will be closed from Monday to the state. Congress leader Usman Majid and CPI [M] legislator Mai Tarigami tweeted that they are being detained too.
Omar Abdullah tweeted at 11.30 pm, "I think I am being interned in the house since midnight today. This process has already started for other mainstream leaders. There is no way to know its truth, but if it is true then it will be seen further. We do not know what is being done for the people of Kashmir. But I am convinced that whatever Allah has thought will always be better. We may not have seen this, but we should never doubt their ways. Best wishes to all Stay safe and keep the most necessary peace. "
Mehbooba tweeted at 11.34 pm, "The Internet is being shut down in the valley, this night is going to be long. Internet services, including mobile coverage, are being reported. Curfew passes are also being issued. The Upamala only knows what will happen in Kashmir tomorrow. I think it's going to be a long night. "
Curfew in many places
Officials said curfew was imposed at night in Banihal area of â€‹â€‹Kishtwar, Rajouri and Ramban district. As per precaution, Section 144 is applicable in many districts including Srinagar from Sunday midnight as a precaution. According to the order, there is complete ban on any kind of public meeting or rally. Schools and colleges will remain closed on Monday in Jammu, Kishtwar, Risai, Doda and Udhampur districts.
Night curfew was announced with loud speakers in Banihal Examinations of Jammu University have also been postponed. Many academic institutions have also instructed their students to vacate the hostel.
Internet service suspended in the valley
Mobile Internet services have been suspended in the Kashmir Valley. He said that police officers and district magistrates are being given satellite phones. Barricades have been planted on the border of Srinagar. Officials said that in some areas in the sensitive areas, riot control vehicles have also been kept on standby.
On Sunday, Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with NSA Ajit Darbhal in Delhi. On the other hand, Mehbooba and local leaders of the local parties gathered at Farooq's house in Srinagar. They opposed the central government's actions.
Imran demands UN intervention
On Kashmir's situation, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan also held a meeting of the army's top officials and the National Security Committee in Islamabad. He said that the time has come to decide on Kashmir. Imran also demanded immediate intervention from the UN about the action being taken on the border.
Former CM Mehbooba Mufti said that passengers, tourists, laborers, students and cricketers are being removed. An atmosphere of panic is being made, but no efforts are being made to provide relief or security to the Kashmiris. Where did humanity, Kashmiri and mobility?
Shashi Tharoor said with every Indian Kashmiris
When Omar was interned, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor said, "You are not alone, Omar Abdullah is not alone. Every democratic Indian is standing with the mainstream leaders of Kashmir. Because the government wants you to face it. The Parliament session is going on and our voice will not be silent. "
In other tweets, he said, "What is happening in Jammu and Kashmir? The leaders are being arrested overnight. They have not done anything wrong. If Kashmiri is our citizen and their leader, our ally, surely mainstream leaders should be kept fighting while fighting terrorists and separatists. If we separate them out, who is left? ''