“The Azadi movement in Kashmir is not just a struggle for justice, it is also a struggle of memory against forgetting… For the families of Kashmiris subjected to ‘enforced disappearance’ by the Indian State, to forget is to accept the injustice around them, to succumb to the oppressor’s power. Remembering, on the other hand, makes them stand up and fight for justice. While the families push themselves to believe that their children are coming back, the photographs remind them of the void created by the politics of powerful states…”