SRINAGAR, Occupied Kashmir: The offices of a local English daily “Kashmir Times” have been sealed by the administration of occupied Kashmir.
This was claimed by newspaper’s executive editor Anuradha Bhasin on her Twitter account the other day.
Today, Estates Deptt locked our office without any due process of cancellation & eviction, same way as I was evicted from a flat in Jammu, where my belongings including valuables were handed over to “new allottee”. Vendetta for speaking out! No due process followed. How peevish! pic.twitter.com/J5P0eKxvbx
— Anuradha Bhasin (@AnuradhaBhasin_) October 19, 2020
She added that the local administration had sealed the offices of Kashmir Times without following the due process of cancellation and eviction.
Newspaper’s executive editor Anuradha Bhasin further said that she was evicted from a flat two months ago in Jammu, giving her belongings to the new allottee.
Last year, Anuradha Bhasin had filed a petition in the Supreme Court on the media gag.
She had led the fight against the Internet ban in the valley.