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Indian SC orders Modi Govt to restore normalcy in IOJ&K

The Indian Supreme Court has ordered Modi government to restore normalcy in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi issued these orders while hearing a petition by child rights activist Enakshi Ganguly on the state of children between six and 18 years because of the restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir.

The Supreme Court also sought a report from Jammu and Kashmir High Court Chief Justice on allegations that people are finding it difficult to approach the High Court.

The Indian Chief Justice said he will visit Jammu and Kashmir personally, if needed, to check on allegations of human rights abuses amid security restrictions that have been in place since August 5, when Indian government ended special status to the state.

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