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Democratic presidential candidates express concerns on Kashmir situation

Democratic presidential candidates express concerns on Kashmir situation
September 15, 2019
WASHINGTON (92 News) – Democratic presidential candidates expressed serious concerns over deteriorating latest situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK). They stated during the meeting with Pakistani American Texas-based leading Pakistani businessman and high ranking influential member of the Democratic Party Tahir Javed and his fellow Nouman Hussain. Beto O’Rourke – in a race of Democratic presidential candidate – expressed serious concerns, saying that the US must come forward and put its efforts for ensuring peace and stability in the South Asia. Former US vice-president Joe Biden said that silence could not be observed over human rights’ violations and atrocities by Indian troops, and it would be too late, if the issue were not raised at international forums. “She wants to convey her message to the people of Occupied Kashmir that they are not alone, and we are keeping an eye on the current situation,” Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris said while speaking at a ceremony in Texas. “The illegally occupants always considered as no one is observing him but we all are seeing Indian atrocities in the occupied valley,” Kamala Harris further mentioned. “In the American values always raise voice on the human rights violations and intervened where appropriate, if she will be elected as president of the US then follow those moral values,” she maintained. On the other hand, normal life continued to remain paralysed as the unprecedented lockdown entered its 42th day, on Sunday, in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) with schools, markets and other business establishments closed and public transport off the roads. Communication links including mobile and internet services and TV channels are snapped in the entire Kashmir valley and areas of Jammu region since 5th of August, the day India scrapped Kashmir’s special status. The Kashmir valley remains under strict military siege as hundreds of thousands of Indian troops deployed in every nook and corner continue to keep millions of people confined to their homes.