New Delhi Authorities See the Activists in the Kashmir Valley Community

In an interview with the 10 people familiar with the situation, the New Delhi authorities see the activists in the Kashmir valley community as a major aspect of the fight against armed groups and quackery youth fighting Indian rule. The rounding of nonviolent leaders in support of India's Kazimier, who enter Pakistan or become an independent nation, is part of unprecedented crackdowns that neutralize the movement to believe that the government is fueling an armed struggle, sources said.

Includes restrictions on the movement

This includes restrictions on the movement of a small number of political leaders outside the prison, pressure on diplomats not to touch them, and prohibition of recent disarmament groups. Sources referring to this issue included local leaders, diplomats, security officials, high-ranking officials of Indian ruling party, and people familiar with the government's thoughts in various ministries in New Delhi.

One source familiar with the Indian government's thinking is "to take action on people who are connected or fueled in any way," he said. The exact number of people in Indian prisons has not yet been determined. According to a police official on Feb. 23, more than 100 people involved in anti-India groups were arrested for midnight air raids.

Some of these people seem to be unprecedented in the history of the area, which has been released but is still controversial, said Jammu and Kashmir Coordinator of Coalition for Civil Society (JKCCS). A previously unannounced list of JKCCS shows that more than 33 of the athletic leaders remain in prison. One of the largest Kashmir residents, the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, is being held in New Delhi.

According to two sources familiar with the government's thinking, the decision to move from Kashmir to Kashmir is a deliberate strategy to prevent supporters from visiting. Most other leaders, including Malik, have detention facilities for two years under the Public Safety Act (PSA), a special law of the Zamou and Kashmir. It was amended last year to allow the prison to withdraw from the disputed area.

A spokesman for the Interior Ministry did not answer questions about the number of people currently in prison or the number of people receiving public service announcements (PSAs). The Malik group abandoned the violence publicly in the mid 1990s, but India has maintained relations with armed groups and banned it in March this year.

Cured posture

The Indian government carefully handled nonviolent Kashmir leaders, but sometimes they reached out to them. In 2004, L. K., then Deputy Prime Minister, Advani of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), like Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has consulted with Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. Now the government is much tougher. Ram Madhav, Secretary-General of BJP, who plays an important role in policy-making for Kashmir, pointed out that there is little appetite for a new attempt at dialogue in New Delhi.

We can not decide when (and when) we will not hold talks," he said in an interview. Umar Farooq, Chair of the All Parties Hurriyat (Freedom) Conference is one of the few leaders who are not currently in prison. We are not allowed to meet, we can not meet the people we want, we can not get out of the city," he said in an interview at his home in Srinagar. He speculated that there could be more than 250 people in Srinagar and anti-India groups currently in jail in India.

Pressure on diplomats

India also avoids pressure on diplomatic envoys to meet people associated with the movement. Two diplomats, headquartered in New Delhi, said the Indian government had not officially banned meeting leaders in Kashmir, but unofficially surveilled the visit to the Himalayas and banned them from meeting them informally. There is no doubt about meeting leaders who are locked in prison or under house arrest, but a few years ago we were able to meet people who were not," one of the diplomats said.

I have never met any leader. Now the government will not be surprised when I try, and there is a danger of causing diplomatic incidents between our countries. An Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman said the diplomat's instructions for visiting the area were set by the Ministry of Interior and said, "Do not meet anyone who has fallen into anti-state activities.

The first half of this year was the deadliest event in recent history in Kashmir, but since the conflict began in February with over 300 deaths, low-level disabilities have dropped significantly. Three sources, including military and government officials. Some Indian officials have argued that the unarmed group has a responsibility to fund young people who have settled down the masons, often confronting security forces trying to maintain order in the region.

However, Umar Farooq denied that the unarmed group is responsible for the violence, and said that the government's decision to alienate the friars and other groups has lost power. Furiyata was a shock absorber. We will go out and engage people, "he said." But now these young boys are not listening to anyone.
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