#Thread— Devjyot Ghoshal (@DevjyotGhoshal) August 13, 2019
I wasn't inclined to tweet about #Kashmir, but after seeing the amount of disinformation, I am going to.
I'm back in the newsroom today after a week in Srinagar.
Things are NOT normal.
People are seething. Kashmir is likely a tinderbox waiting for a spark.
When I got there on Monday, just hours after Article 370 was abrogated, the city was locked down.— Devjyot Ghoshal (@DevjyotGhoshal) August 13, 2019
I walked a km to find the nicest auto-wallah in the land.
He didn't have a clue of what had happened, why his city had overnight turned into ghost town — blanketed with security.
Later that evening, we spoke to @shahfaesal in his living room.— Devjyot Ghoshal (@DevjyotGhoshal) August 13, 2019
Since satellite TVs were still working, news had trickled in.
“We might see an eruption when the guard is down."
“People are taking it as an act of humiliation.”
Then, the pelting began.https://t.co/ErOWmHjgLP