Beyond the visible causes for September 2014 deluge in valley, lie the subtle reasons rooted in the network of occupation. The recently released document by Coalition of Civil Society (CCS), entitled ‘Occupational Hazards’ has brought to fore the uncounted repercussions of militarization of Kashmir. In conversation with Saima Bhat, the researchers behind the report, have added another dimension to Kashmir issue
Shrimoyee, a human right lawyer, has practiced law in Delhi and Mumbai courts. She is presently pursuing PhD from JNU and is in Kashmir for last two years, working with JKCCS. She has already worked on the reports of Salian massacre and Kunan Poshpora case. During floods she was in Delhi but when floods turned deadly, Shrimoyee returned and fought to reach out to people. And it was then she decided to document the situation.