Why everyone is waiting for 27 september in valley

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Wahid Bhat | Srinagar

People across the Kashmir valley are waiting for September 27 2019. Communication blockage persisted for the consecutive 51th day across the valley when BJP led government scrapped article 370 and article 35A besides divided the State of Jammu and Kashmir into two union Territories (UT) one is Ladkah and Jammu and Kashmir. 

Be it shopkeepers, local journalists in Valley, women working in homes and working in government office, or common people both in city and villages everyone is waiting for September 27.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speeches are to be held at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on 27 September.

People in Kashmir Valley fear that there will be an attack from Pakistan side to India some reports said that remours are that India will restore 370. Some people feel that after 27 September, there will be extremist attacks. 

Uncertainty in Kashmir is looming large due to abrogation of Article 370 and 35A.  

All shops, business establishments, fuel refilling stations, schools are shut as Kashmir Valley is on edge since 5 August 2019, when BJP led government scrapped article 370 and article 35A besides divided the State of Jammu and Kashmir into two union Territories (UT) one is Ladkah and Jammu and Kashmir. 

Communication blockage persisted for the consecutive 51th day across the valley. 

To understand how the last 51 days have passed in Kashmir valley, Groundreport.in team visited many remote areas of central Kashmir Ganderbal Kangan.

Education, trade, judicial system, small industries, prices of food items, movement of transport, export industry, the ‘strike’ on the government’s decision to abrogated article 370 and 35A in Kashmir has affected every aspect of life.