• PM to nominate more envoys to highlight Kashmir issue
    ISLAMABAD, Aug 29: After facing criticism from the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and some political circles over the prime minister’s act of ignoring opposition parties in the nomination of parliamentarians as special envoys on the Kashmir cause, the government has now decided to nominate more envoys, giving representation to other parties as well.
  • AJK president presents proposal for resolution of Kashmir Issue
    ISLAMABAD, Aug 29: AJK President Sardar Muhammad Masood Khan has presented a six-point proposal to resolve the longstanding Kashmir issue in accordance with UN resolutions in Islamabad on Sunday.The proposal includes evolving unity among all political forces in AJK and enhancing contacts with representative leadership in Indian-held Kashmir.
  • PM appoints 22 special envoys to highlight Kashmir issue at int’l level
    ISLAMABAD, Aug 27:  Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has nominated 22 parliamentarians as special envoys who will be highlighting the Indian brutalities and human rights abuses in the occupied Kashmir in key parts of the world.
  • PM asks AJK president to advocate Kashmir cause
    ISLAMABAD, August 27: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said Pakistan would continue to extend moral, diplomatic and political support to the freedom movement of Indian-held Kashmir.
  • Peace could be light years away sans Kashmir solution: Aziz
    ISLAMABAD, August 27 : Pakistan yesterday said that permanent peace could be light years away in South Asia if the decades-old Kashmir issue was not resolved.
    Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz believed resolution of lingering Kashmir dispute was vital for peace and security in the region.
  • UNSC, EU ambassadors briefed on human right violations in held Kashmir by Indian forces
    ISLAMABAD, Aug 26 : Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Friday briefed the ambassadors of permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and the European Union regarding the human right violations being committed by the Indian forces in occupied Kashmir.
  • Taking all steps against Indian atrocities in Kashmir: FO
    ISLAMABAD, August 25: The Foreign Office on Thursday said that the government of Pakistan was taking all steps against the Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir.
  • Kashmir: Pakistan’s energetic diplomatic initiaves
    Islamabad, August 25: KASHMIR has been converted into blood tarn. In the recent history, the past forty-three days have been the goriest and the barbaric. More than 1.3 billion pellets, thousands of bullets, teargas shells and pepper gas cartridges have been fired killing sixty-eight and wounding over ten thousand civilians- scores disabled for life
  • China, Pakistan discuss human rights violations in Kashmir
    Beijing, August 24:  Continuing with its efforts to internationalise the Kashmir issue, Pakistan has briefed China about human rights violations in Kashmir during their bilateral strategic dialogue.
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Several people injured in clashes across valley

Srinagar, August 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, anti-India protest demonstrations and rallies marked by fierce clashes were held across the Kashmir Valley on the 52nd consecutive day, today.

Several people were injured after Indian armed forces’ personnel fired pellets and bullets on anti-India and pro-freedom rallies in Srinagar, Badgam, Baramulla, Bandipore, Islamabad and other districts of the territory. Pro-freedom and pro-Pakistan songs were played on loudspeakers and Pakistani flags were raised in the rallies. »

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Srinagar, August 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, several people were injured after Indian police used brute force and fired pellets and bullets on protesters in Srinagar, Bandipore and Islamabad districts during protest strike on 52 consecutive day, today in the territory.

Clashes between protesters and Indian police took place on in Dalgate, Rainawari, Nawpora and Khaniyar areas of the Srinagar while people staged protests after a 55-year old Muhammad Shafi Butt was beaten up by the Indian army at Watpora in Bandipore. »

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Srinagar, August 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Syed Ali Gilani has lashed out at puppet Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, saying she has turned heavenly land into a hell and has failed to uphold human and religious relations with the Kashmiris.

Syed Ali Gilani said this while commenting on the appeal of pro-India People’s Democratic Party in which Syed Ali Gilani was requested to give Mehbooba Mufti a chance while considering her as his daughter. »

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28 august shawl in London1London, August 29 (KMS): A delegation met British Member of Parliament Fiona Mactaggart and apprised her about the latest situation in occupied Kashmir.

The delegation comprised former AJK Minister Mahmood Riaz, Chief Patron Kashmir Concern UK Professor Nazir Ahmed Shawl, JKLF representative Mushtaq Malik, Councillor Ishrat Shah and Councillor Haqeeq Dar. »

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Srinagar, August 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, thousands of people participated in anti-India and pro-freedom rallies organized by the All Parties Hurriyet Conference in Bandipora district.

People from Ajas and adjacent areas assembled at Jamia Masjid Ajas. They raised anti-India and pro-freedom slogans.

APHC Chairman Syed Ali Gilani addressed the rally over telephone from Srinagar. He appealed to the people to remain steadfast. During his address, people pledged to continue the ongoing movement. »

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Srinagar, August 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a protest demonstration was organised in Poshana village of Surankote in Poonch district by Jammu and Kashmir People’s Movement against the war declared by the government of India on innocent people of Kashmir.

JKPM central leader Mir Shahid Saleem in a statement in Srinagar said, “Indian forces in Kashmir are at war with the innocent and unarmed civilians who are protesting against gross human rights violations.” »

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Srinagar, August 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyet Conference, other pro-freedom organizations and Hurriyet leaders have said that the Indian agencies, upset by the ongoing uprising, are framing cases against the pro-freedom leadership to muzzle the truthful and just voice of the people for the Kashmir cause.

The APHC in a statement said, “Peer Saifullah, personal secretary of Hurriyat Chairman Syed Ali Gilani, who is suffering from brain tumour, was rearrested while returning from Delhi after medical check-up and was subjected to the worst kind of psychological torture.” He said that APHC spokesman Ayaz Akbar’s son Sarwar Yaqoob was still languishing in police station Parimpora for the last one and half month. The spokesman strongly condemned the arrest of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat General Secretary, Mohammad Ashraf Sehraie. »

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Srinagar, August 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, complete shutdown was observed in Bhaderwah and Doda areas of the Jammu region against the arrest of a young social worker and continued human rights violations perpetrated by the Indian forces in Kashmir valley for the past 52 days.

All shops, business establishments and private schools belonging to Muslims remained closed. The shutdown call was given by Anjuman-e-Islamia Bhaderwah and Bar Association Doda to lodge protest against the puppet administration for arresting young social worker, Advocate Babar-ul-Hasan and invoking of black law Public Safety Act (PSA) against him. »

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Srinagar, August 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, senior APHC leader and President Anjuman Sharie Shian Agha Syed Hassan Al-Moosvi Al-Safvi has castigated India for being non-serious about settlement of the Kashmir dispute saying that New Delhi is only buying time and misleading international community on Kashmir.

Agha Syed Hassan Al-Moosvi Al-Safvi in a statement said that India should understand that it can’t break the resolve of people of Kashmir by force. »

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Srinagar, August 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jamaat-e-Islami has denounced the arrest of Hurriyat leadership in the territory.

The Jamaat spokesperson in a statement issued in Srinagar said, “The arrest of Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik clearly shows the frustration of Indian government.” »

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Srinagar, August 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, property worth millions was damaged by Indian armed forces in Baramulla district after troops went berserk hitting parked vehicles, barging into houses and smashing television sets, electronic gadgets, furniture and other goods.

The personnel of Indian forces went on rampage in Kreeri village of Bangdara area of the district. “They hit people with gun butts and sticks, even didn’t spare women and children. Every house was targeted. We are shocked to see the extent of damage caused by these personnel,” the locals said. »

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HRW takes note of excessive force on protesters

Srinagar, August 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the puppet authorities have broken all past records of longest curfew and other restrictions by continuing to enforce them for the 51st consecutive day, today, in the territory.

Restrictions on the movement of people, public and goods transport remained in force in Srinagar, Sopore, Baramulla, Bandipora, Shopian, Kupwara, Pulwama, Badgam, Gandarbal and Islamabad districts and parts of Jammu region. However, people defied curfew in several areas and came out of their houses and held anti-India and pro-freedom protest demonstrations. Several people were injured in clashes erupted in Islamabad town against the arrest of Kashmiri youth. The forces’ personnel barged into the houses in adjoining Dabruna village, ransacked the houses and harassed the inmates. »

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