In Occupied Kashmir, undeclared curfew and other restrictions marked by shutdown continued to paralyze normal life in the Kashmir valley for the 81st consecutive, day. All educational institutions, main markets and other businesses remained closed while traffic was off the road. The valley is witnessing anti-India protest rallies on daily basis since July 8, the day when Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed in a fake encounter. The all parties Hurriyet Conference Chairman, Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar, reacting to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in Kerala said that Indian rulers were giving a bad name of cross-border infiltration to the legitimate and just struggle of Kashmir’s right to self-determination. In their statements, Hurriyet Leaders including Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Muhammad Yasin Malik, Shabbir Ahmad Shah, Agha Syed Hassan Al Moosvi Al Safvi and Aasiya Andrabi condemned the arrest of Hurriyet leaders, activists and imams of mosques particularly in Kishtwar district. They described the arrest spree as frustration of the Indian authorities.