Iltija Javed, daughter of former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, has released another audio message. She said that they have placed her mother under house arrest a few days after her arrest.
Iltija has written a letter to Home Minister Amit Shah, in which she mentioned threatening to speak to the media. She further said that they have kept Kashmiris like like animals and deprived of basic human rights.
“Kashmiris have been caged like animals and deprived of basic human rights,” she wrote in her letter.
They have threatened me with serious consequences for speaking to the media.
Let us tell you that before the passing of that J&K bill, leaders of Kashmir were arrested. The police arrested former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti. Along with her they also took National Conference leader Omar Abdullah into police custody. They placed both these leaders under house arrest late August 4th.
Earlier, former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba Mufti had said that we want to tell the Central Government that the consequences of tampering Article 370 and Article 35A will be very dangerous. Omar Abdullah had already claimed to be under house arrest.
Government Changed Strategy to Monitor J&K
With the dismantling of Article 370, the central government’s biggest challenge is to keep the situation there under control after the special status of Jammu and Kashmir ends.
Now according to reports, the government has taken a decision to change its plan. It has decided that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir will now be monitored from Srinagar itself.
According to sources, the government has taken a decision to change its plan to monitor not only the entire valley from Srinagar but also both Jammu and Ladakh regions.
It is being said that after the abolition and division of a special state from Jammu and Kashmir, there can be demonstrations and other violent activities.
In such a situation, they have made heavy security arrangements there. And, they have imposed the curfew in many areas including the valley.