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Property of a pro-freedom Kashmiri seized by the Indian state

On 13th March, the Special Investigation Unit of the Indian state seized a residential house of a Kashmiri, Muhammad Ishfaq Malik, for allegedly being involved in ‘militant activities’ in Kokernag area of south Kashmir’s Anantnag district.

The state refers to any dissident activity, or activism in favor of Kashmir’s right to self-determination as either militancy or sympathy with militants, thereby criminalizing all avenues of resistance against human rights violations and occupation[3].


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