New York, June 12 (KMS): The New York Times on Thursday carried a set of 24 graphic by Malik Sajad, a noted Kashmiri artist and novelist, that vividly depict the sufferings of people in Indian occupied Kashmir under what he calls the “longest lockdown.”

Malik Sajad, who worked for the Greater Kashmir newspaper as a cartoonist since he was 15, has been recording the worsening plight of the lives of Kashmiri people in his graphics, as a response to the Indian military clampdowns in the disputed Kashmir region.

“Life in India-controlled Kashmir has been punctuated by military curfews and general strikes for three decades,” says a headline on the graphics published on the newspaper’s page reserved for columnists. »

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