Islamabad, April 20 (KMS): The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani, has urged India to see the Kashmir- upheaval of change from a pragmatic eye and the world powers to shun their wait and watch policy, as the people of Kashmir have sent their youth on the front row of mobilization, adopting a ‘do or die’ course of history for gaining freedom and the right of self-determination. »Read More... | Comment
Srinagar, April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (DFP), Shabbir Ahmad Shah has termed the concern expressed by the United Nations and the Amnesty International over the situation in Kashmir as satisfactory.
Shabbir Ahmad Shah in a statement issued in Srinagar hoped that the world bodies would take further steps towards the resolution of the lingering dispute. »Read More... | Comment
Resistance leaders call for protests tomorrow
Srinagar. April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, students continued their protests for the sixth consecutive day, today, against the use of brute force by Indian troops on the student community in the territory.
The students marched on the streets in Kangan, Pattan and Bandipore areas and staged sit-ins against the Indian forces’ raids on Pulwama College and the subsequent brutalities unleashed by forces against the students. Many students were injured when troops fired pellets and teargas shells in Ajas, Hariganiwan, Chattergul and Goshbug areas. The troops also barged into the premises of Nadim Memorial Higher Secondary School in Kaloosa area of Bandipora and subjected students to severe torture.
Meanwhile, the joint resistance leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik in a joint statement issued in Srinagar called for peaceful protests, tomorrow, after Friday prayers to express solidarity with the students. »Read More... | % Comments
Srinagar April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Hurriyet forum, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has expressed grief over the brutal killing of Muzaffar Ahmad Mir by the Indian troops. Muzaffar Mir was critically injured after troops fired on protesters in Ganderbal on April 09. He succumbed to his injuries, yesterday.
Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Mirwaiz, who is under house detention, also expressed resentment against the use of force in dealing with student protests in the territory. He said resorting to use of brute force for every expression of resistance or protest by any section of the society even if they school students has become the standard response of the authorities that want to terrorize people into submission. »Read More... | Comment
Srinagar. April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian forces used brute force on students during their protests across the Kashmir valley on the sixth consecutive day, today. They were protesting against the raids on Pulwama College in which more than fifty students were injured, and the subsequent use of force against students.
The protesting students included boys and girls marched on the streets in Kangan, Pattan and Bandipore areas and staged sit-ins. »Read More... | Comment
Srinagar, April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Kashmir Tehreek-e-Khawateen has expressed serious concern over the killings and brutalities on civilians, male and female students committed by Indian army, paramilitary forces and police in the territory.
Kashmir Tehreek-e-Khawateen Chairperson, Zamrooda Habib while talking to media in Srinagar said Kashmiri students who are the sons and future of the soil had shaken New Delhi and termed Indian police’s violent actions a absolute state-terrorism. »
Srinagar April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the member of the so-called Kashmir Assembly, Engineer Rasheed has criticized the Indian authorities for attaching Principal Degree College Pulwama to students’ protests saying that every notorious and repressive measures being taken by the authorities are falling flat miserably.
Engineer Rasheed was interacting with office bearers of various student unions in Srinagar. He demanded action against police administration Banihal for its brutalities against students. »Read More... | Comment
Srinagar April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (DFP), Shabbir Ahmad Shah has termed the protests by students as a sign of living nations and said that the awakening of youth would shake New Delhi.
Shabbir Ahmad Shah in a statement issued in Srinagar said: “We’re proud of our students and are extremely satisfied that the freedom movement has been transferred to safe hands.” »Read More... | Comment
Srinagar April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the High Court Bar Association (HCBA) has termed the Indian Attorney General’s statement, defending army for tying a youth to bonnet of a jeep, as unjustified and asked him to advise Indian government to protect and not violate human rights in the territory.
The HCBA in a statement issued in Srinagar said: “In terms of Article 5 of Universal Declaration on Human Rights, 1948, no one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment and that in terms of Article 6 of International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 1966, every human being has the inherent right to life and this right shall be protected by law and no one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his life.” »Read More... | Comment
Srinagar April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement (JKSM) Chairman, Zafar Akbar Butt visited Daulatpora, Chadoora and Dhalwan and expressed solidarity with the family of youth martyred by forces on April 9, polling day for sham the parliamentary elections.
Zafar Akbar Butt, condemning the killings, said, “The world has kept mum over the worst kind of human rights violations. The police and forces’ action against common people is unwanted and unjustified.” »Read More... | % Comments
Srinagar April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Hurriyet leader and the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League (JKPL), Mukhtar Ahmad Waza has strongly condemned the killing of, Muzaffar Ahmad Mir, who was injured by forces in Ganderbal on April 9.
Mukhtar Ahmad Waza addressing various public gatherings in Breng area of South Kashmir said that under a well-planned conspiracy Indian forces were massacring the Kashmiri youth. »Read More... | Comment
Calls for protests, tomorrow, in solidarity with students
Srinagar. April 20 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the joint resistance leadership while strongly condemning the use of brute force against students has called for peaceful protests tomorrow after Friday prayers in solidarity with the student community.
The resistance leaders comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik in a joint statement issued in Srinagar said there is an undeclared martial law and state has been virtually handed over to forces who feel free to kill anybody coming in their way. The leaders criticized the puppet administration for invading the educational institutions and assaulting students saying, “It is absolute state-terrorism.” »Read More... | Comment