Srinagar, November 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian police prevented the forum led by the veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani to hold a seminar at Hyderpora in Srinagar, today.

The seminar on “Islam—The Savior of Humanity” was scheduled to be held under the chair of Syed Ali Gilani at 11.00am in Srinagar, today, said a statement issued by the forum. Renowned religious scholars, intellectuals and Hurriyet leaders in their addresses were supposed to shed light on the protection of humanity in the light of Islam, but Indian police surrounded the residence of the veteran leader and did not allow anyone to enter the venue. »

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Indian troops martyred 14 Kashmiris in October

Srinagar, November 01 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the entire Hurriyet leadership including the All Parties Hurriyet Conference and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front have extended full support to the Million March called by the veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani in Srinagar on 7th November.

The march will be held to protest against the visit of Indian Prime Minister to the territory on the same day. The APHC in a statement issued in Srinagar, today, appealed to the people to make the programme a success. »

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Srinagar, October 15 (KMS): Senior journalist Shekhar Gupta has criticised the coverage of Kashmir in the Indian media, saying the media has never been truthful with the place as truth was considered against “national interests”. »

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jklfpflSrinagar, October 12 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, protest demonstrations were held in Srinagar, today, against attacks on valley-bound trucks by Hindu extremists in Udhampur.

The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front held a protest at Aabiguzur in Srinagar against the rising incidents of attacks on truckers. JKLF leader Shoukat Ahmad Bakhshi led the demonstration. The protesters raised slogans against RSS hooligans. However, the Indian police intercepted the protest march and arrested JKLF members including Noor Mohammad Kalwal and Showkat Bakshi and imprisoned them at Kothibagh police station. »

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Srinagar, October 12 (KMS): Legal experts have called for people’s movement to protect Article 35 A.

Noted lawyer Zafar A Shah has cautioned if the 1954 constitutional provision was abrogated, J&K would lose the special status — permanent residentship, right to property and employment—and the move would impact the disputed nature of Kashmir as per the UN resolutions.

A New Delhi-based NGO, backed by Hindu extremist groups, has moved the Supreme Court seeking scrapping of the Article 35 A. The case is listed for hearing before the Supreme Court Registry next month. At a roundtable conference organized by Kashmir Centre for Social and Development Studies (KCSDS) here, Zafar A Shah said under the Article 35 A, the legislature of the territory has the power to define permanent residents, to make law for acquiring property and for providing employment. »

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untooSrinagar, October 11 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir Indian police arrested human rights defender and International Forum for Justice Muhammad Ahsan Untoo Chairman in Srinagar, today.

Muhammad Ahsan Untoo was arrested during his protest against attacks on truckers in Udhampur.

He has been lodged at Kothibagh police station in Srinagar.

Police claimed that Untoo was attempting to burn photos of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the protest. »

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The Dogra rule, followed by Indian occupation in 1947, is a bleak chapter in the history of Jammu and Kashmir. The Dogra rule, which continued from 1846-1947, is considered as the gloomiest period. Indian armed forces occupied a major part of Jammu and Kashmir on October 27, 1947 that is continuing to date.

The Indian troops pursued the policy of suppression in a systematic manner to reduce the overwhelming Muslim majority in occupied Jammu and Kashmir. To achieve this objective Indian troops started the process of mass massacre. There are plenty of events and evidences to support this gory fact. »

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