New Delhi, February 21 (KMS): In India, seven Kashmiri students have been suspended in Dehradun in the Indian state of Uttarakhand and a Kashmiri Professor was forced to resign in Jalandhar, the ancient city in the north Indian state of Punjab.

The action was taken after more than 450 Hindutva activists gathered in the campus in Dehradun and demanded expulsion of Kashmiri students, Registrar of the University RK Khare said. The protesting students threatened to leave the institute if the Kashmiri students were not expelled, he said. “We had to suspend the Kashmiri students to pacify the protesting students and stop them from leaving,” he said. »

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Geneva, February 21 (KMS): The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Rupert Colville, has expressed concern over the brutal targeting of Kashmiris and Muslims by Hindu goons on the pretext of the Pulwama blast in occupied Kashmir.

The spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Rupert Colville, in a statement issued in Geneva said that the High Commissioner was concerned “by reports from India that some elements are using the Pulwama attack as justification for threats and potential acts of violence targeting Kashmiri and Muslim communities living in different parts of India.” »

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Srinagar, February 21 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) has said that India should realize the fact that videos, news and images of Kashmiris being beaten, vandalized, looted and humiliated in India will only promote hatred among humanity.

The JRL comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Mailk in a statement issued in Srinagar, condemning the unrelenting attacks on Kashmiris in various Indian cities and states, said the attacks on Kashmiri students including females in different institutions across India, businessmen, tourists and people from other walks of life is in every respect a dangerous trend.

It said, “From last one weak, Kashmiri students, businessmen and tourists are being beaten ruthlessly by unruly mobs, shops and business centers are being looted, vandalized and humiliated in broad daylight with police in many cases watching as mute spectators.” »

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Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani

Pakistan is a nuclear state. It has cancelled out the threat of Indian size, military might and nuclear reach once for all. Unless Indian leaders decide to consign their cities and people to history books, there would be no war. Indian Government is engaged in a war with the people of Indian administered Valley for the last 27 years. During these years these forces have killed a generation of the Muslims of Kashmir valley.

UN report has estimated that there are 500,000 to 700,000 Indian soldiers in the Valley. The number is aided and assisted by special laws and now a “Strong State Doctrine” has been put in place to use brute force and kill as many Kashmiris as possible. United Kingdom Expert on the Sub Commission of Human Rights in Geneva moved a resolution against violation of human rights in Indian administered Kashmir E/CN.4/Sub.2/1997/L.21 on 15 August 1997 and reminded the world that United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland had left in the sub-continent traditions of, imperialism towards peoples and their territories, harsh military suppression of dissent combined with sweeping special emergency powers, reactionary penal laws, double standards in human rights and rule of law, unwillingness and a degree of inability to undertake real reforms and exploitation. »

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