Srinagar, April 16 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement has said that its 22 activists have been arrested by Indian police in Central Kashmir in connection with the sham Indian parliamentary elections.

A JKSM spokesman in a statement in Srinagar said that more than a dozen activists were detained by the Indian police in North Kashmir as well. Five of JKSM activists have been booked under draconian law, Public Safety Act, the statement added.

The spokesman said that shifting pro-freedom and religious leaders outside the occupied territory was an undemocratic and inhuman act. He said that these kinds of steps would yield nothing for India nor would help it to suppress the ongoing freedom movement in Kashmir.

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IOK HCBA team unveils conspiracies against inmates

Srinagar, April 16 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the prisoners at Central Jail Srinagar have started a hunger strike to press for their demands including withdrawal of First Investigation Report (FIR) against them in connection with an incident, which recently took place inside the prison.

The inmates started the hunger strike from 8:15 am today. Their demands include the transfer of jail Superintendent and that they shall not be shifted to jails outside the Kashmir Valley. They are also demanding the withdrawal of FIR registered against them in connection with the incident, which took place during the intervening night of April 05 and 06.

As has been reflected in the recent report of the Kashmir High Court Bar Association, the inmates have also demanded that they shall be provided newspapers and other periodicals and allowed to recite Holy Quran and read books. »

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Srinagar, April 16 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the cancer patient whose ambulance was denied permission by the Indian troops to move on Srinagar-Jammu highway during the movement of CRPF convoy died on the road.

The video of the incident surfaced on social media in which an Indian Central Reserve Police Force man is seen denying permission to the ambulance carrying the patient, Abdul Qayoom Banday, and his attendants.

In the video clip, the CRPF man is seen stopping the ambulance while signaling the forces’ vehicles, coming from opposite direction to move. »

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