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Indian police arrest Yasin Malik in occupied Kashmir

Srinagar, July 15 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Gilani and Hurriyat forum Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq have condemned the loss of innocent lives in recent terrorist attacks in Pakistan.

Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar said the attacks are a well-thought-out plan to malign Pakistan, which faces multiple problems and cross border terrorism. Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said the pain of losing loved ones can well be felt by Kashmiris who see the dance of death at the hands of Indian forces in the occupied territory on daily basis. The leaders extended heartfelt condolences to the Government of Pakistan and its people.

Delegations of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Mirwaiz-led Hurriyat forum, Tehreek-e-Mazahmat, Muslim Conference, Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League, Salvation Movement and International Forum For Justice visited the residences of martyrs in Kulgam, Islamabad, Baramulla and other parts of the territory to express solidarity with the families of recent victims of Indian brutalities.

The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik was once again arrested by the Indian police, today. The JKLF chief along with party leaders Mushtaq Ajmal and Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri was lodged at Sangam police station in Islamabad district. He was released yesterday after 10 days of illegal detention.

Meanwhile, the Kashmir Working Journalist Association and Kashmir Journalist Association in their joint statement took a strong note of the summoning of a Srinagar-based journalist Aaqib Javed by the India’s National Investigative Agency to New Delhi for questioning. They termed the move as intimidation and harassment of Kashmiri journalists.

On the other hand, British Kashmiris including men, women and children took out a rally at Victoria Square in Birmingham to pay tributes to all Kashmiri martyrs including the victims of July 1931. Addressing the participants Professor Nazir Ahmad Shawl reiterated that the supreme sacrifices of the Kashmiri martyrs would be honored, at all costs. Others who spoke on the occasion included Stewart Richards, Shamim Shawl, Mohammed Ghalib, Fahim Kiani and Najeeb Afsar.


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