IOK erupts in jubilation after Imran Khan’s speech

Srinagar, September 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh acts of state terrorism martyred seven Kashmiri youth in Ganderbal, Ramban and Shopian  districts, today.

The troops during cordon and search operations martyred three youth in Naranag area of Ganderbal and three others in Batote area of Ramban district in Jammu region. Earlier, one Indian soldier was killed and another injured in an attack in Batote. The operations continued till last reports came in. Indian troops also arrested a youth, Sajad Ahmad Malik in Arwani area of Shopian district and martyred him during custody.

On the other hand, people erupted in jubilation, last night, after Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan’s speech in the UN General Assembly where he forcefully and effectively highlighted the sufferings of the Kashmiris due to continued lockdown and communication blackout in the territory. »

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Srinagar, September 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, an officer of India’s Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) committed suicide by shooting himself with his service rifle in Jammu.

An Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) of the ITBP, Jaswant Singh, was found dead with a bullet injury in his neck at Van Bhawan near Rail head complex in Jammu. Singh hailed from Himachal Pradesh. »

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Srinagar, September 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, people erupted in jubilation after Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan’s speech in the UN General Assembly where he forcefully and effectively highlighted the sufferings of the people of the territory due to continued lockdown and communication blackout.

A correspondent of Kashmir Media Service reported from Srinagar that despite heavy presence of Indian troops, people at many places came out of their homes and celebrated with firecrackers and dance after Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan’s speech at the UN General Assembly. They raised high-pitched pro-Pakistan, pro-freedom and anti-India slogans. »

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Srinagar, September 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the authorities further tightened restrictions in Srinagar, today, to prevent people from staging further demonstrations after the speech of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan at the UN General Assembly.

Soon after Imran Khan’s speech, hundreds of people came out of their homes, shouting slogans in support of Imran Khan late on Friday night and calling for the freedom of Kashmir from Indian occupation.

Police vans fitted with speakers made public announcements in Srinagar, today, about restrictions on movement while additional troops were deployed to prevent any protests, according to officials and two eyewitnesses. »

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 Jammu, September 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, complete shutdown was observed in Doda, Bhaderwah and Kishtwar against repeal of special status of the territory by Indian government.

All shops and business centres were closed while transport was off the road to express solidarity with the people of the Kashmir valley. »

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New Delhi, September 28 (KMS): Former puppet Chief Minister of occupied Kashmir and Indian National Congress leader, Ghulam Nabi Azad, has said that situation in Kashmir is deplorable and a huge crisis is unfolding in the valley where the poor people have nothing to eat.

Ghulam Nabi Azad in a media interview in New Delhi after coming back from a six-day visit to occupied Kashmir said, “A huge crisis is unfolding in Kashmir and the fears I had expressed while seeking the Supreme Court’s permission to travel to Kashmir have come true.”

He said that the authorities were resorting to intimidation and suppression of facts and that things had come to such a pass that people were resorting to civil disobedience as a mark of protest. »

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Srinagar, September 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh acts of state terrorism martyred six Kashmiri youth in Ganderbal and Ramban districts, today.

The troops during cordon and search operations martyred three youth in Naranag area of Ganderbal and as many youth in Batote area of Ramban district of Jammu region. Earlier, one Indian soldier was killed and another was injured in an attack in Batote. The operations continued till last reports came in. »

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“I stand here at this forum of world leaders where we have a chance to discuss the problems the world is facing.

I especially came to this forum despite a difficult time in my country; facing challenges… I would not have come had there not been a very urgent problem that the world must address.

1st let me talk about climate change; I have seen a lot of leaders talk about this. But I don’t see world leaders really realizing the urgency of the situation. We have a lot of ideas; but as they say, ideas without funding is mere hallucination.

Pakistan is among the top 10 nations in the world affected by climate change. We depend on our rivers, we are mainly an agricultural country. 80 percent of our water comes from the glaciers and these are melting at an alarming pace. »

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Washington, September 28 (KMS): Indian-American lawmaker Pramila Jayapal along with 13 other Members of US Congress has urged the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, to address concerns over the human rights situation in occupied Kashmir and lift the communications blackout in the territory.

A statement addressed to the Indian Prime Minister was issued jointly by the US lawmakers, Gilbert R Cisneros, Jr Judy Chu, Pramila Jayapal, Carolyn Maloney, Gerald Connolly, Ilhan Omar, Barbara Lee, Al Green, Zoe Lofgren, Andy Levin, Mike Levin, James P. McGovern, Jan Schakowsky and Katie Porter.

“On behalf of thousands of families across the country, who have been unable to contact family in Kashmir, we are urging the Indian Prime Minister to lift the communications blackout and address the ongoing humanitarian concerns,” the lawmakers said in the joint statement. »

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Dhaka, September 28 (KMS): People marched in Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh, against Indian state terrorism in occupied Kashmir and demanded of the Indian government to end continued curfew in the territory.

The members of a group Kashmir Solidarity Council Bangladesh (KSCB) gathered in Maghbazar, neighborhood of the city, and took out a procession.

Demanding restoration of the special status of occupied Kashmir, they urged the Indian government to stop persecution of the Muslims in the territory.

“Without holding a referendum as recommended by the United Nations, peace cannot be established in Kashmir,” Mufti Habibur Rahman, KSCB central leader, said in his address to the rally. »

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