Srinagar, May 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, an Indian policeman was injured in a grenade attack in Srinagar, today.

Unknown persons hurled a grenade at Safa Kadal police station in Srinagar, resulting in the injuring of a policeman. A civilian also sustained injuries in the incident. »

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Aasiya Andrabi, Fehmeeda Sofi shifted to Amphala jail

Srinagar, May 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, people continued to stage forceful anti-India demonstrations in Kulgam, Islamabad and Shopian, today, and Indian forces’ personnel subjected the protesters to brute force, injuring dozens of people, mostly students.

Students of Government Degree College Kulgam held massive demonstrations against the arrest of students inside the college premises. They raised high-pitched anti-India and pro-freedom slogans. Indian police and troops fired pellets and teargas shells to disperse the protesting students. Many students and some journalists sustained injures in the forces’ actions. A video journalist, Tanveer Ahmad Wani, and a student, Amir Fayaz were hit by pellets in their eyes. They were shifted to SMHS hospital in Srinagar. »

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Kashmir Media Service, KMS News,, Pakistan TV, States Times, HumQadam TV, Geo TV, ARY TVSrinagar, May 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Hurriyet forum, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, has said that the puppet authorities are forcing the Kashmiri students to pick up stones.

Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said this while addressing a seminar of students at the auditorium of Islamic Higher Secondary School in Srinagar after his release from house detention. »

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Srinagar, May 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the puppet authorities have shifted Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) Chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi, and her associate, Fehmeeda Sofi, from Srinagar to Amphala jail in Jammu.

The DeM spokesperson in a statement issued in Srinagar said that Aasiya Andrabi and Fehmeeda Sofi were shifted from Srinagar early today (Thursday).

She said that the two leaders were shifted to the jail despite critical health condition of Aasiya Andrabi. Earlier, the authorities had booked the two women leaders under the black law, Public Safety Act (PSA).

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Srinagar, May 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyet Conference General Secretary, Shabbir Ahmad Shah, and other Hurriyet leaders have paid rich tributes to prominent martyred resistance leaders, Mirwaiz Molvi Muhammad Farooq, Khawaja Abdul Ghani Lone, and Hawal martyrs.

Shabbir Ahmad Shah in a statement issued in Srinagar said, “The world cannot turn away its eyes from Kashmir dispute and its people’s legitimate struggle for right to self-determination will continue till complete success.”

He said that best and worst times in freedom movements were natural phenomena but history was witness that the nation, which remained steadfast and committed to its goal, eventually succeeded. »

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Srinagar, May 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has said that prolonging illegal detention of youth and beating people without discrimination are glaring examples of Indian state terrorism in the territory.

The JKLF in statement issued in Srinagar said that five youth Waseem Ahmad Sofi, Basharat Ahmad Najar, Ashiq Hussain Butt, Reyaz Ahmad Dar and Manzoor Ahmad Najar were languishing in illegal custody from many years.

It said that Waseem Ahmad Sofi, a resident of Koundbal area of Ganderbal, was arrested in 2016 and till date had been booked under draconian law, Public Safety Act (PSA) for three times. »

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Srinagar, May 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyet Conference has strongly condemned the harassment of three Kashmiri students by police in Indian Punjab.

The APHC spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar said that despite assurances from Indian authorities, there seemed no let up in the intimidation and harassment of Kashmiri students pursuing studies in India.

“India is not a safe place for Kashmiri students. They are suspected everywhere and beleaguered simply because of their Kashmiri origin,” he said. »

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Srinagar, May 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Human Rights Commission of the territory has taken suo-moto cognizance of reports about Indian police not allowing the All Parties Hurriyet Conference Chairman, Syed Ali Gilani, to undergo a medical checkup.

The Human Rights Commission directed Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Budgam, to explain the circumstances in which Syed Ali Gilani was disallowed to visit the hospital. »

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Srinagar, May 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the pro-freedom organizations have strongly condemned the Indian forces’ massive crackdowns in Wokai, Kulgam, and Heff-Shirmal, Shopian, where more than 100 persons including women were injured due to the use of force by Indian police and troops during peaceful protests and house to house searches.

The All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC) in a statement issued in Srinagar expressed concern over the return of 1990s-like crackdown on civilians in the occupied territory. It said that the forces’ personnel targeted innocent people particularly the family members of mujahideen from the villages. »

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Audio clip goes viral on social media

Jammu, May 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and member of the so-called Kashmir Assembly from Jammu’s R S Pura constituency, Gagan Bhagat, called up a journalist and questioned him over a news report.

In a five-and-a-half minute audio clip viral on social media, the BJP leader reportedly abused a journalist, working for a newspaper, for publishing the news story on a development project in his constituency. The BJP leader was annoyed with the journalist for not mentioning his name in the news story about the construction of road link. The project was sanctioned few years back but stalled due to paucity of funds and after intervention of District Development Commissioner, Jammu, the work was resumed few days back. »

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