Srinagar, November 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, APHC leader and the Chairman of Islamic Political Party, Mohammad Yousuf Naqash has welcomed the rallying of all groups under joint resistance leadership and said the move is must for the success and sustenance of of mission of freedom and for sustaining the ongoing movement. »Read More... | Comment
14 youth detained during pre-dawn raid in Badgam
Srinagar, November 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, normal life remained paralysed on 128th consecutive day, today, due to the strike called by the joint resistance leadership.
Shops, fuel stations and other business establishments remained closed.
At least 14 youth were detained during a raid by the Indian forces in Narbal area of Badgam district. The forces resorted to massive teargas shelling before barging into the houses in different localities of Sozieth village early morning. They smashed windowpanes, LCD TVs, refrigerators, cars and vandalized other household goods.
Meanwhile, Dukhatarn-e-Millat in a statement in Srinagar said that the health of illegally detained party Chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi had deteriorated in Baramulla jail. Aasiya Andrabi has been detained under draconian Public Safety Act. The statement said that despite repeated reminders, the authorities had failed to provide her medical treatment. »Read More... | Comment
Srinagar, November 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the cold has set in Kashmir as the minimum temperatures dipped below the freezing point in most places in the Valley, with the summer capital Srinagar registering the coldest night of the season so far.
Srinagar recorded the lowest night temperature of the season so far as the minimum temperature at most places in Kashmir division dropped below freezing point, Met office said in Srinagar, today.
The minimum temperature recorded in the city was minus 1.7 degrees Celsius – three degrees below the normal for this part of the season, making it the coldest night so far, a spokesman of the Meteorological Department said. »Read More... | Comment
Srinagar, November 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, at least 14 youth were detained during a nocturnal raid by the Indian forces in Sozeith area of Narbal in Budgam district.
Residents said that the forces resorted to massive teargas shelling before barging into houses in Mukhdam and Gori mohallas of the district early this morning. »Read More... | Comment
Brussels, November 13 (KMS): Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider has urged the European Union to send a delegation to occupied Kashmir to obtain real information by directly talking to common people special members of civil society of the occupied territory.
The Prime Minister said this while talking to media persons in Berlin, the capital city of Germany at the end his weeklong visit to Europe. He said, though Kashmiris are suffering for the past seven decades but atrocities against them have increased manifold during past four months and restrictions especially consecutive curfew has disturbed the life of the common people in the territory. “Use of pellet guns against peaceful people has become a routine matter in the recent month which resulted into injuries in faces especially eyes. A large number of the people wounded on the faces lost their eye sight,” he added.
He said that Kashmir EU-Week has become an important event on Kashmir in Europe and especially his visit to European Union (EU) would give productive outcomes in the context of Kashmir dispute. »Read More... | Comment
Srinagar, November 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the family members of a youth of Nowhatta area of Srinagar, arrested by Indian police at Srinagar Airport, have said that the authorities have implicated him in a fake case.
The relatives of the youth, Dawood Mushtaq, told media men in Srinagar that dawood was arrested at Srinagar airport, when he was about to fly for New Delhi. “Despite being innocent, he was taken to Cargo for interrogation wherefrom he was shifted to police station Khanyar in Srinagar,” they added. »Read More... | Comment
Srinagar, November 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Dukhatarn-e-Millat (DeM) General Secretary Nahida Nasreen has said that the Indian authorities have come up with new tools to suppress the genuine voices of Kashmiris for freedom.
Nasreen in a statement in Srinagar said, “After wreaking havoc with Pellet guns and Pava shells, the occupation regime has unleashed havoc by firing ‘stun grenades’. These grenades have caused serious health issues to the civilians. It not only affects those who live in the surrounding areas but also those who live beyond that.” »Read More... | Comment