Civilian killings in IOK denounced

Srinagar, November 05 (KMS): Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and world over will observe the Jammu Martyrs’ Day, tomorrow, to reaffirm the resolve to continue the martyrs’ mission till the realization of their inalienable right to self-determination.

Hundreds of thousands of Kashmiris were massacred by the forces of Maharaja Hari Singh, Indian army and Hindu extremists in different parts of Jammu region while they were migrating to Pakistan during the first week of November in 1947. APHC leaders in their statements have paid glowing tributes to the Jammu martyrs. »

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Srinagar: November 05 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a delegation of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir led by Ghulam Mohammad Hurra visited the house of martyred Mohammad Amin Mir of Pampore in Pulwama and expressed solidarity with the bereaved family.

Ghulam Mohammad Hurra addressing on the occasion said that the unprecedented sacrifices of Kashmiri people for Kashmir cause would not go waste. He said that India could not silence the voice of Kashmiris through use of brute force or by demolishing properties. »

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Srinagar: November 05 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC), Syed Ali Gilani and other Hurriyat leaders and organizations have paid rich tributes to the martyrs of Shopian.

Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar expressed concern over civilian killings in Shopian and expressed solidarity with the bereaved family of contractor and builder, Shahid Mir. »

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Jammu, November 05 (KMS): Former India-appointed interlocutor on Kashmir, Radha Kumar, has come out with a new book on Kashmir, titled Paradise at war – a political history of Kashmir’.

Radha Kumar has, among other things, written that she has never seen such a government in her life [in New Delhi] which is so impervious to the concerns of Kashmiris”. »

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Reveals about new battle groups to face China, Pakistan

New Delhi, November 05 (KMS): Interestingly, it is none other than the Indian Army Chief, General Bipin Rawat, who had threatened Pakistan with surprise action a day after New Delhi cancelled a meeting between foreign ministers of the two countries on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session in New York in September, this year, has now admitted that Indian army’s organisational structure is old and it needs a change.

General Rawat in an interview to an English newspaper in New Delhi said, “We are preparing ground to keep the forces ready for any future eventuality. Our organisational structure is old. It needs change.” »

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