Thousands of military personnel patrolled in the streets of Indian-Occupied Kashmir on Friday and imposed further restrictions to prevent unrest in the area.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is visiting India today, has said that the situation in the Indian-Occupied Kashmir is not good and sustainable.
He has said that the situation in Kashmir Valley needs to change.
It should be noted that since the abolition of Article 370 by the Indian government in August, hundreds of Kashmiri leaders, traders and workers have been detained in Indian-administered Kashmir and access to mobile Internet is also suspended
Angela Merkel said Saturday that her country will spend one billion euros on urban transport pollution-free projects over the next five years under Germany and India’s new partnership plan.
The talks between the two countries have been started, the talks will discuss trade, investment and regional security and climate change between the two countries.
It should be noted that Germany is India’s largest trading partner in Europe. There are more than 1700 German companies operating in India.
Recent funding from Germany will be used to introduce eco-friendly projects, such as electric buses for transport to cities.