Srinagar, November 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, multiple rounds of funeral prayers were held for the two martyred youth in Pulwama district, today.

The martyred youth, identified as Adnan Ahmad Lone and Aadil Bilal Butt, were martyred by Indian troops during a cordon and search operation in Khrew area of the district today. »

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Opening of all roads along LoC in Kashmir sought

Srinagar, November 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, with the decision of the governments of India and Pakistan to open the Kartarpur corridor, the demand for opening of all closed routes along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir has gained momentum.

The Chairman of Hurriyat forum, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, took the social networking site twitter and welcomed the opening of the corridor and urged Pakistan and India to resolve the Kashmir dispute to open the doors of peace and prosperity for people on all sides of the border. »

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Srinagar, Nov 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, High Court Bar Association (HCBA) has condemned the use of bullets and pellets by Indian forces against the civilians in different parts of the territory.

HCBA spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar urged the members of international community to step in and take concrete measures to stop Indian forces in Kashmir from carrying out killings. »

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Srinagar, November 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism, martyred two more Kashmir youth in Pulwama district, today, raising the toll to 25 in the past seven days.

The youth identified as Aadil Ahmad and Adnan Ahmad were martyred by the soldiers of Indian army’s Rashtriya Rifles and paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force during a cordon and search operation at Khrew in Awantipora area of the district, this morning. »

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Srinagar, November 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, scores of students of Kashmir University (KU) held funeral prayers in absentia in Srinagar for the two youth martyred by Indian troops at Chattergam in Budgam district, today.

The students also staged a protest demonstration against the killing of the youth by the troops during a cordon and search operation at Kuthipora in Chattergam area of the district, early today morning. »

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Jammu, November 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, amid the controversies surrounding his comments about New Delhi’s intent to install Sajjad Lone on the seat of chief minister, Governor Satya Pal Malik has dropped a hint that he may face transfer from Kashmir.

The remarks came at a time when the occupied territory is going through a major political drama after the sudden dissolution of the so-called assembly by him a week ago. »

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JRL denounces unending cycle of killings

Srinagar, November 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred two more Kashmiri youth in Badgam district, today, raising the toll to 23 since Friday.

The youth were martyred when the troops blasted a residential house they were staying in during a cordon and search operation in Chattergam area of the district. The occupation authorities suspended Internet services in Badgam.

The killings triggered massive protests in the district. Youth came out of their houses in large number and hit the streets against the brutalities of the Indian forces’ personnel. The troops fired pellets and teargas shells on the protesting youth at Chattergam, leaving many of them injured. A youth, who suffered pellet injuries in the eye, was referred to SMHS hospital in Srinagar. Earlier, three Indian army personnel were injured in an attack in the same area.

Hundreds of students of Kashmir University held funeral prayers in absentia in Srinagar for the two martyred youth. The students marched in the campus area and raised pro-freedom and anti-India slogans. »

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Srinagar, November 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League has strongly condemned the shifting of many Kashmiri political prisoners by the authorities from jails in Jammu to far-off jails in India.

The JKML spokesman, Sajjad Ayoubi, in a statement issued in Srinagar also denounced the shifting of party leaders Assadullah Parray, Abdul Qayoom Tantray and Abdul Majeed Butt from Baramulla to Kot Bhalwal jail in Jammu terming the move an attempt to prolong their illegal detention. »

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Srinagar, November 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Joint Resistance Leadership while condemning the unending cycle of killing young and old with live ammunition by brutal Indian troops in the territory has asked whether 18-month-old Hiba was carrying any gun or stone that she was snatched of her eyesight by pellets.

The Joint Resistance Leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik in a statement issued in Srinagar making mention of another martyred girl said, “Was 15-year-old Muskan a terrorist that her life was snatched by showering bullets? Delhi should remember that they cannot suppress Kashmiri by oppression.” »

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HRC admits HR abuses in IOK worst as compared to ‘whole of India’

Srinagar, November 28 (KMS): It is none other than India’s own government institutions that have started criticizing New Delhi for committing the worst human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.

Srinagar-based Human Rights Commission (HRC) Chairman, Justice (Retd) Bilal Nazki while speaking at a one-day basic training workshop for human rights activists in Srinagar said that rights abuses by Indian forces in Kashmir were the worst as compared to ‘whole of India’. “In Kashmir, no institution be it the executive, the legislature and for that matter even the HRC has any credibility,” he admitted.

The programme was organised by the School of Legal Studies, Central University of Kashmir, in collaboration with the Human Rights Commission. »

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