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india of a nazi like approach to kashmir putting away their weapons and it's all quiet. and separatists say they're committed to a ceasefire we've got the latest on a center right candidate for quite a modest presidency up against the former 1st lady and the high risk rescue going to to save people from severe flooding in china. pakistan's foreign minister has attacked india's government for revoking the autonomy of indian administered kashmir accusing it of having a fascist mentality in an exclusive interview with al jazeera the minister says he's just returned from talks with the chinese government and says they support pakistan's position over the disputed region to d.
in india you have a regime which has the fascist mentality you know not approach that they have is but out as has been guilty you know this is a political wing of the out of service. and that is of great concern to pakistan innocent people being attacked killed raped. and through the pellet guns you know losing eyesight you have seen this curfew. there's a communication blackout. journalism not being allowed in. the news is not putting out the absolute confusion uncertainty one is getting from for instance one is hearing of. non-availability of medicines. i do not know the moral either which is a very important day for muslims whether they will lift the curfew i demand that
the indian authorities lift curfew let the most limbs. perform their prayers and do the sector 5 that they are supposed to do india by being obstinate and not accepting pakistan's offer of a bilateral engagement to resolve this issue through peace really goes he sions. miscalculated and i think this decision of the offer of walking. and bringing in a change can't do through change which has materially effected the status of. kashmir writes about spark a stance foreign minister their main while security is still tied in india administered kashmir which is under a communications blackout for a 7th straight day restrictions have been partially relaxed for monday's celebration of the muslim festival of. the police to break up several
demonstrations in trying to go on friday against that decision to strip the region of its autonomy priyanka gupta with more now from new delhi. has been walking for 3 hours from one pharmacy to the next he needs injections for his 70 year old mother she has cancer he said malone burgers the injections are not available in the market so the situation here is bad nothing is available here. pharmacies in srinagar are running out of medicine. and we don't have 50 percent of our stock if the curfew continues will run out of our medicines and tina 15 days families like these are stuck at home because of security restrictions imposed by the indian government. to reach its autonomy last week. 4 lines are down and internet is not working nobody knows what happened nobody tells us. everything
is done. this is not live this is not the modern world this is all gone i mean we are living in. this attitude of an english daily says she hasn't been able to reach a journalist in the valley since monday she's filed a petition in india's top court to ask the government to live for strictures on the media we don't know all the truth we are seeing a lot of different and very strikingly different words coming out which one is the. picture it's very difficult to say with certainty the government says the restrictions are temporary and are aimed at ensuring law and order in the region but the editors guild of india say it's concerned that they're making it difficult to report accurately from the region and people here say that that vacuum is being filled by mr porter and what they call fake news on the internet fact checkers of the quaint and indeed online
news websites say they have found 13 instances of fake news flooding the internet in recent days says there is no communication we don't know what's happening so i think when you talk about propaganda other thing is it becomes very easy for anybody actually on board decide to just read or whatever they want to read think knew was be the kind of me was that they want people who believe in. back in srinagar through those finally manages to get one injection for his ailing mother but not all he will now have to look elsewhere for another day as people in india moves to live under these unprecedented restrictions in these uncertain times. are dizzy are you telling. well india is trying to remove some of the uncertainty around essential supplies as you saw and reported says it will ensure adequate stocks of food by opening rationing stations throughout the kashmir valley.
mustered and commitment commitments like there to learn sure there are do good stocks of food and essential come on to more duties will be available all around in the valley and their commute commute tonight we have to pull through what i said get there to all the. russian blokes those will burn and today and yesterday also all the outlets in in the valley do would open and people would actually put using their action from from different locations let's bring this together now what so how can who is a pakistan security analyst at the cato institute she's on skype from virginia in the us for us so i thank you so much for your time 1st of all you heard pakistan's foreign minister a moment ago using some pretty strong language comparisons with fascism and naziism i mean what do you make of those sorts of comments is it just a good opportunity as well for pakistan now with india's actions to air some long held grievances as well. well absolutely it is an opportunity for pakistan but i
think more than that out in a way he is right i mean in the indian government has always maintained that an indian administered kashmir that whatever goes on there is a domestic matter but the reality is that what goes on there has been documented now for the past $23.00 decades 5 known human rights organizations like amnesty and human rights for success of the torturers beatings missing persons detentions pellet guns curfews eccentrics cetera and now what's going on is certainly an indication of a very hardline approach at the what the government is taking in question here and even further is that because he had enjoyed very little autonomy but now taking away article $370.00 which gave the schmear the power to make its own laws and government is attention saying that it does not have that right anymore and it's making completely into
a caged area so i wouldn't say that it's necessarily nazi ideology or fasces ideology but whatever it is it is certainly in line with him divert ny theology and it's a very strict approach which are violates human rights concept he's going to back pakistan him we heard the foreign minister saying that he has support from china definitely. who else and what difference can it mike. i think right now. i think seems a little heartless to say but i think this is a good opportunity for pakistan to highlight just what kind of indian atrocities are and to face in kashmir and if box on takes that approach of taking sort of a human rights violation paradigm to indicate that this moves are the ones who are suffering more than anybody else and if they're able to sort of say that even though the facts any military has trained me to insurgents the reason it is is driven by indian policies and government policies then i think
a lot of countries will fall in line and will backfire because what is happening to street is a is a very wide human rights violation and box on is not wrong in pointing that out where do you see this one going from here i know this is sort of a bit of crystal ball gazing but how do you see things moving in the next week or so given india's position and its very strong position that it's taking of not backing down. well i think if you consider it from the media people's perspective i think that this is something that you know it's increased their suffering it's making you know everyday people and everyday life even harder for kashmir if you think about it from a geostrategic angle i think this is something that the bloody government is taking a big risk on. and frankly i am i'm not entirely sure what the point is i'm india i think one thing that that needs to be highlighted in all of this is that nothing in south asia happens in a vacuum so india has been pushing to get back some black listed on the financial
action task force the more the government has always taken a hardline approach and now for the 1st time prime minister not actually openly criticized box on the back to militant groups and there's now been an actual push to sort of decrease box ons of all men and the modi government is getting nervous about that and that might be one of the reasons why they're having this curfew in kashmir on the basis that oh he had some information on an attack i think all of this is extremely muddled and what at the end of the day all these political leaders are doing is they're playing with human lives and unfortunately the innocent person is suffering so how come it was a pleasure talking to thank you thank you. so other news in the leader of yemen's southern separatists say they are committed to a cease fire in the port city of aden and are willing to work with the saudi led coalition have largely taken control of the city after days of fighting exposed a rift in the alliance fighting the hooty rebels yemen's internationally recognized government is accusing saudi arabia of failing to protect its allies the full story
now with laura bowden monday. after 4 days of intense fighting finally some carmine's streets evaded but also an accusation of betrayal from the country's interior minister that hundreds of vehicles lane didn't identify we loaded with weapons and ammunition this is to combat mercenaries hired guns who are being manipulated we are just fighting with their hands with whatever however we criticized the silence from our brothers saudi arabia we condemn the silence for 4 days while our partner in the coalition is slaughtering us we will make to cern on the ground hours later it was reported that the minister had been evacuated from aden to the saudi border town of shura in mecca his government's leader was photographed with the saudi king but abu drab a month so hard he has lived in exile in saudi arabia.