Kashmiris fear a plea against Article 35A that guarantees special status to disputed region might be eroded.
Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir – A wave of fear has gripped Indian-administered Kashmir after a series of “braid-chopping” attacks that have resulted in protests across the region. At least 200 women in Kashmir have reported being attacked by masked assailants in the last two months. The women claimed the attackers sprayed chemicals on their faces and […]
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