2018 December 26 » Kashmir Media Service

• India at war with civilian population in IOK

Srinagar, December 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian police have unleashed a reign of terror in Pulwama district arresting over a dozen youth in nocturnal raids.

These youth were arrested from Gangoo, Pirchu, Malikpora, Dalipora, Dangarpora and other places of the district. The family members of the youth said that they were innocent and their only fault was that they participated in a peaceful procession organized to condemn civilian killings in the district.

On the other hand, Indian troops arrested a 17-year-old student from Mendhar area of Poonch district. The troops also arrested his father, a teacher by profession. »

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Srinagar, December 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, illegally detained Hurriyat leader, Mushtaq-ul-Islam has been kept in solitary confinement in a small cell in Jhajjar jail of Haryana in India.

The sources close to Mushtaqul Islam’s family told media in Srinagar that the Hurriyat leader was not even provided with necessary medical facilities. They further said that Kashmiri political detainees were not allowed to meet each other in the jail. Besides, they are provided with poor quality food, which is taking toll on their health.

It is worth mentioning here that the authorities are shifting the Kashmiri political prisoners from the territory’s jails to jails in India to inflict pain both on the inmates as well as their relatives back at home.

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Srinagar, December 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a police officer was found dead under mysterious circumstances in Humhama area of Badgam district on Wednesday.

Sub-Inspector Abdul Hamid was found dead in a hotel room in Humhama.

His family told media that there was no contact with Hamid on phone and they grew anxious and started searching for him. Ultimately they said that they found him dead at the official accommodation. »

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Noida (India), December 26 (KMS): A Kashmiri student from north Kashmir’s Bandipora district has gone missing from his college in Noida city of Uttar Pradesh state in India, his family said.

The student, Syed Basit Hassan, went missing on December 13 from a Noida college where he was pursuing BBA for the past two and a half years.

“He was pursuing BBA in Asian School of Business in Noida from last two and a half years. He went missing on December 13, as he didn’t attend the college since then. He was going through college exams and according to the college authorities he had appeared in three papers continuously before December 13,” said Basit’s father, Syed Naseer-ul Hassan. »

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Troops search vehicles on Srinagar-Jammu highway

Srinagar, December 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian police arrested over a dozen youth including a student in Pulwama and Poonch districts.

The police arrested over a dozen youth from Gangoo, Pirchu, Malikpora, Dalipora, Dangarpora and other places during nocturnal raids in Pulwama district.

These youth as per the police were arrested for taking part in anti-India and pro-freedom demonstrations. »

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Jammu, December 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, an Indian Army soldier shot dead his colleague following a spat with him at an army camp in Doda district.

The 40-year-old havildar Rajesh Dakua was fired upon by his colleague at 4-Rashtriya Rifles headquarters in Bhaderwah. »

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Srinagar, December 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has criticized the Indian authorities for deliberately prolonging the illegal detention of its Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, and other pro-freedom leaders and activists to enforce graveyard-like peace in the territory.

A JKLF spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the party leaders while speaking at a JKLF meeting at Aabi Guzar in Srinagar said, “Prolonging the incarceration of JKLF Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik and others reflects the fact that Delhi wants to enforce peace of graveyard in Kashmir.” »

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New Delhi, December 26 (KMS): Twenty six per cent of the total strength of the Indian paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has been deployed in occupied Kashmir to suppress the Kashmiris’ ongoing freedom struggle, an official report revealed.

The report presented by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs in the Lok Sabha, the upper house of Indian Parliament, says, 61 out of 235 battalions – the world’s largest paramilitary force – are deployed in Kashmir. »

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Srinagar, December 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Awami Ittehad Party (AIP) President, Engineer Abdur Rasheed, has said that the announcement by the US to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan should truly be a wakeup call for India, which has usurped the Kashmiris’ right to self-determination at gunpoint.

In response to a recent statement made by former Director General of Kashmir Police, K Rajendra Kumar, Engineer Rasheed addressing party workers in Srinagar said that Kumar’s word of advice was like a confession of truth like better late than never. »

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Jammu, December 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Jammu Muslim Front and other Jammu-based political organizations have condemned the demolition of Muslim colonies in the name of anti-encroachment drive in Beli Chadana and Nikki Tawi areas of Jammu region by the Indian authorities.

Jammu Muslim Front (JMF) in a statement issued in Jammu said a delegation led by Qazi Imran visited the affected persons in Nikki Tawi area and witnessed the miseries of the affected families themselves. The JMF appealed to the local administration to stop the selective eviction of Muslims. It demanded a rehabilitation policy and regularisation of such colonies existing in the areas for the past many decades. »

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