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India Bans Traders from Selling Green Coloured Attires in Kashmir – Reports

India has reportedly banned traders in Jammu and Kashmir from selling green colour attires, adding that green symbolises support for the Pakistani flag. This reported was published in Pakistan Media Outlet, Tribune.

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President of Pakistan administered Kashmir also called AJK Masood Khan stated that the Indian forces were “threatened by green colour”. He added that if an innocent Kashmiri is killed, the Pakistani flag is hoisted and the departed is buried in a deep green colour flag.

In addition, he remarked that the Indian government deems Kashmiris to be ‘terrorists’. He questioned as to why “standing up for one’s right was regarded as terrorism”. AJK premier Khan called for intervention by the United Nations and the media all over the world to raise awareness on the atrocities suffered by innocent Kashmiris in the occupied valley.

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“700,000 troops of Indian forces have been committing brutal acts of violence against unarmed innocent Kashmiris,” he said. He further said that India spends billions of rupees each year on defence and security.

Kashmir has been a bone of contention between India and Pakistan since 1947. India and Pakistan have fought three wars over the region, but both nuclear-armed nations have been unable to find a solution to the Kashmir dispute.

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