#BREAKING In Kashmir, at least 4,000 people detained since autonomy stripped.

(AFP) In Kashmir, at least 4,000 people detained since autonomy stripped: government sources .

UPDATE Up to 4,000 people were arrested and held under the Public Safety Act, a controversial law that allows authorities to imprison someone for up to two years without charge or trial, according to government “Most of them were flown out of Kashmir because prisons here have run out of capacity,” a government source said.

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