Busting the fake western media's news propagated by journalist Rana Ayyub about young boys being tortured in Kashmir, a CRPF officer named Kashyap Kadaguttar, on Thursday, has called her allegations fictitious. He called out Ayyub's belief in the western media's biased reporting. Referring to the article shared by Ayyub, he called it baseless reportage. He stated that no one has been tortured in Kashmir and condemned her denial to belive in Army and government's reports.
Imaginative fictitious allegations. You'll only believe western media biased reportage which suits your agenda & anti India propaganda. Totally absurd and baseless reportage. No one till this day has ever been tortured. And you'll refuse to believe what the Army and GOI says. https://t.co/zhV4JRjO8d— Kashyap Kadagattur 🇮🇳 (@iamkash_kr) September 26, 2019
Previously during Eid celebrations in the Valley, mischievous elements had continuously propagated fake news about violence in the Valley, inspite of Centre's statements on normalcy in Kashmir. Calling out the fake news peddled regarding the situation of Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370, the CRF had aid that these are 'baseless and untrue'. The CRPF spokesperson had added that all forces were working for bonhomie in the state. Republic TV had shown pictures from the ground in which security forces were seen celebrating Eid with locals, peacefully.
Earlier on Wednesday, former Jammu-Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad slammed the Centre for the sorrowful state of the Valley, after completing a 4-day visit to the Valley. He has stated that small businessmen have been hit the worst by the restrictions, adding that they are on the verge of committing suicide. He slammed the Centre for the death of democracy in the State. Lamenting at the state of the Valley, he said that never before has he seen such terror by the administration anywhere. On September 16 the CJI-led bench had allowed senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad to visit Srinagar, Baramulla, Jammu.
Meanwhile, the Centre has stated that the situation in Kashmir is slowly being restored back to normalcy. On Sunday, the weekly flea market in Srinagar had attracted a large number of vendors, who set up their stalls, inspite of various main markets and other business establishments still shut, according to PTI. While traffic has been seen increasing in the Valley, public transport is still not functional, as informed by authorities. While landline connections have been restored completely, internet and cell connections too have been restored to most parts of the Valley, according to Kashmir administration, while economic activity too has picked up, as stated by authorities. Schools have also opened in the Valley and attendance has been gradually rising. The state administration has been giving regular reports about medical facilities functional in the Valley.