Indian government’s decision to withdraw troops from occupied Kashmir
72 Army companies to be removed from Kashmir to be deployed in different parts of India
Delhi (Dec 25, 2019) The Indian government has decided to withdraw troops from occupied Kashmir. According to details, the Indian government has issued orders for the withdrawal of 72 army companies from occupied Kashmir. The Home Ministry has informed the Chief Secretary and Home Secretary Srinagar about the orders. It is said that there are about 7,200 Indian soldiers in 72 companies, who will be removed from Kashmir and deployed in different parts of India.
Remember that the Indian Army’s atrocities continue in occupied Kashmir even today, and millions of Indian troops have been deployed to occupied Kashmir. Which continues to oppress Kashmiri Muslims. However, Kashmiri Muslims are protesting against the curfew of the Indian army.
It is to be remembered that the Indian Army’s curfew has entered the 142nd day.
Remember that senior analyst Arshad Sharif had claimed that India had appointed one of the Brahmos Regiment-occupied Kashmiris. The Bramos Regiment has been deployed in the occupied Kashmir. Arshad Sharif has claimed that spike missiles have also been installed on the LoC. The missiles are of Israeli design. It should be noted that the Indian Army has made extraordinary movements over the Line of Control in the last few days. After which the Pakistan Army has been alert and India is fully prepared to respond to the aggression.