Brussels, May 30 (KMS): The Chairman of Kashmir Council European Union (KCEU), Ali Raza Syed, has expressed solidarity with the families of the thousands of Kashmiris who have been subjected to custodial disappearance by the Indian police and troops in occupied Kashmir during the past twenty-nine years.

Ali Raza Syed in a statement issued in Brussels in connection with the International Week of the Disappeared said, “We are with the families of the disappeared persons in occupied Kashmir.” He also appreciated the struggle of human rights organizations including Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) seeking the whereabouts of the disappeared people in occupied Kashmir. »

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Srinagar, May 30 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League, Mukhtar Ahmed Waza, has impressed upon the United Nations and all international and local human rights organizations to take serious notice of the worst human rights violations perpetrated by the Indian troops in the territory.

Mukhtar Ahmed Waza while addressing mourners at the residence of a martyred youth, Bilal Ahmed Ganai, in Lajora area of Pulwama demanded of the international community to take necessary measures to save the Kashmiri people from the Indian brutalities. He said that the people of Kashmir would never forget the sacrifices of the Kashmiri people. Bilal Ahmed Ganai was recently killed in the firing by the Indian troops in Kakapora area of the district. »

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Srinagar, May 30 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Hurriyat forum, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq while recalling the 2009 rape and murder of Aasiya and Neolofar of Shopian regretted that the case was brushed aside under a well-planned conspiracy to shield the culprits and to deprive the victim families of justice.

Mirwaiz Umar Farooq while addressing a religious gathering at Zoonimar in Srinagar said, “Nine years on, no investigation was held and the case was brushed aside on a self-made and highly manipulated investigation report of Indian Central Bureau of Investigation. Instead of ordering an impartial probe into the incident, the case was hushed up under a well planned conspiracy to shield the real culprits and to deprive the victim families of the justice.” »

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DC expresses helplessness to act against troops

Srinagar, May 30 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the residents of Sugan village of Shopian have complained that they are living in a state of constant fear as an army raj is prevailing in the area where people are harassed on daily basis.

The locals told media that no civilian government was visible in the area. “It is army that dictates terms. Mehbooba Mufti took votes from us, but never looked back. She handed us over to the Indian army personnel, who are thrashing us violently,” said a local representing his community. “It is Army Raj in the area and army doesn’t listen to anyone,” he added. »

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Srinagar, May 30 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) has expressed solidarity with all illegally detained Kashmiris lodged in local and far-off jails only because of their commitment to the cause of right to self-determination for the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

A JI spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the Indian government had utterly failed to fulfill its promises made to the Kashmiri people through the resolutions of the UN Security Council and New Delhi was now denying to have made any such pledge with the people and was bent upon suppressing their genuine voice. »

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Srinagar, May 30 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik, has condemned the brutal action by the Indian forces in Shopian district.

The forces’ personnel vandalized residential houses, damaged orchards and chopped off fruit trees at Sugan in the district on Monday following a blast in the area. »

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Srinagar, May 30 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) has condemned the re-arrest of party Chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi, and her associates, Nahida Nasreen and Fehmeeda Sofi in Srinagar.

The DeM spokesperson, Rifat Fatima, in a statement in Srinagar said that after a Srinagar court issued orders of interim bail on Monday in favour of Aasiya Andrabi, Nahida Nasreen and Fehmeeda Sofi, the police took them to Soura Police Station where another fake case was registered against them. “From there, the women leaders were taken to Rambagh Women’s Police Station and have been kept in police remand till June 02,” she said. »

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Srinagar, May 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a special police officer (SPO) of Indian Police was critically injured after he was shot at by unknown gunmen in Pulwama district on Tuesday night.

Reports said that unknown gunmen fired upon the SPO in Awantipora, leaving him critically injured. »

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Shopian shuts to remember Aasiya, Neelofar

Srinagar, May 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Joint Resistance Leadership has emphasized that the people of Kashmir cannot become part of any ambiguous talks process, which has no clarity and direction.

This was said in a statement issued after a meeting of the Joint Resistance Leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik. The meeting was held in Srinagar, today, for a detailed deliberation on the current prevailing political situation in occupied Kashmir. The JRL also took stock of the statements by Indian leaders regarding the so called talks on Kahsmir. The statement said that the resistance leaders had always advocated a political redressal of the Kashmir conflict as they believed that dialogue among stakeholders was the best process and option available. The leaders pointed out that the Kashmir dispute had three stakeholders, Pakistan, India and the People of Kashmir and the absence of any of the stakeholders in the process would not yield any solution. »

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Srinagar, May 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Joint Resistance Leadership has emphasized that the people of Kashmir cannot become part of any ambiguous talks process, which has no clarity and direction.

This was said in a statement issued after a meeting of the Joint Resistance Leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik. The meeting was held in Srinagar today for a detailed deliberation on the current prevailing political situation in occupied Kashmir. The JRL also took stock of the statements by Indian leaders regarding the so called talks on Kahsmir. The statement said that the resistance leaders had always advocated a political redressal of the Kashmir conflict as they believed that dialogue among stakeholders was the best process and option available. The leaders pointed out that the Kashmir dispute had three stakeholders, Pakistan, India and the People of Kashmir and the absence of any of the stakeholders in the process would not yield any solution. »

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