While Kashmir burns, a Delhi restaurant is offering ‘Article 370 Thali’

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While Kashmiris in the occupied valley are suffering from Indian atrocities and the world is trying to sort out the political chaos that broke out following abrogation of Indian Constitution’s Article 370, a Delhi-based restaurant is offering an “Article 370 Thali” to its customers.

According to Times of India, the India-shaped “Article 370 Thali (United India Thali)” — with occupied Kashmir included — has been introduced by Ardor 2.1 that is also offering a discount of INR (Indian rupees) 370 if the customer is a resident of the troubled valley.

“Kashmir has always been a vital part of India and now that the same has been officially announced, the eatery wants to welcome the decision with open arms,” the restaurant has said.

New Delhi on August 5 stripped held Kashmir of its special status by repealing Article 370 of the country’s constitution and robbing the region of its autonomy.

Indian occupying forces have converted the valley into a garrison by deploying hundreds of thousands of troops and paramilitary personnel in every street, line and by-lane to stop people from staging demonstrations against the development.

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