2019 October 30 » Kashmir Media Service

Srinagar, October 30 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, thousands of candidates, who had applied for admissions in different ITI colleges, have suffered due to military siege and Internet blockade.

Over 10,000 candidates, who had applied for admissions in different ITI colleges across occupied Kashmir, have suffered due to three-month long inordinate delay in the completion of the whole process, thanks to the Internet blockade. »

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Srinagar, October 30 (KMS): Some of the members of an unofficial team of EU lawmakers who conducted a two-day visit to occupied Kashmir have said that they were kept away from meeting general masses.

Hermann Tertsch, a parliamentarian from Spain’s Vox Party , who spoke to reporters on the banks of the Dal Lake, said “They are being kept away” from meeting many people. “We are conscious of the fact that we are being kept away from some people.” Hermann Tertsch said the group was in the state to get some news about what is happening, but did not have enough facts to draw a conclusion about the situation yet. »

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Srinagar, October 30 (KMS): Informed circles in India have termed the visit of the EU lawmakers to occupied Kashmir as mysterious.

The enquiries conducted by the media outlets have raised questions about the genuineness of the visit. »

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Srinagar, October 30 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, referring to the killing of six non-Kashmiri labourers in Kulgam yesterday, the informed sources in Srinagar said that the timing of the occurrence was noticeable.

The Kulgam killings were carried out at a time when an unofficial EU delegation was on a visit in occupied Kashmir. »

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Labourers’ killing handiwork of Indian agencies

Srinagar, October 30 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, people in the Kashmir Valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu region continued to face hardships on the 87th consecutive day, today, due to military clampdown and ban on communications networks.

Though ban on voice calls on postpaid phones and landline connections have been partially lifted, yet internet across all platforms and prepaid cellular phones continue to remain suspended. As part of an ongoing civil disobedience movement, shopkeepers continue to shut their shops, students remain away from schools and traffic is off the road.

Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred a Kashmiri youth in a fake encounter during a cordon and search operation in Bijbehara area of Islamabad district. In another incident, the troops resorted to indiscriminate firing after an attack on an army bunker in Drubgam area of Pulwama district. »

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Islamabad, October 30 (KMS): The All Parties Hurriyat Conference Azad Kashmir (APHC-AJK) chapter organized a condolence meeting in Islamabad, today, to pay glowing tributes to celebrated Kashmiri scholar, Dr Syed Abdul Rehman Gilani, who died of cardiac arrest in New Delhi last Thursday.

Dr Syed Abdul Rehman Gilani was elder brother of APHC-AJK Convener, Syed Abdullah Gilani. »

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Srinagar, October 30 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Resistance Youth League has issued a protest calendar for upcoming week, appealing the people to conduct marches to register protest against Indian occupation.

The Resistance Youth League in the posters circulated in occupied Kashmir appealed to the people to hold a march towards Tourist Reception Centre in Srinagar, tomorrow (Thursday). The posters inscribed with freedom songs were posted and pasted on all prominent places in the city.

The people of occupied Kashmir have been asked to conduct a march towards Jamia Masjid, Srinagar, on Friday. »

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Islamabad, October 30 (KMS): Vice President of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party, Mehmood Ahmed Saghar, while expressing his serious concern over the continued clampdown and communications blockade in occupied Kashmir has said that Modi-led fascist regime is shamelessly arranging the visits of European Lawmakers to show ‘all is well’ in occupied Kashmir.

Mehmood Ahmed Saghar in a statement in Islamabad said that the so-called normalcy narrative promoted by New Delhi was nothing but an outlandish act to create a smokescreen to conceal the horrendous crimes Indian troops have been committing against the unarmed and defenseless people of Kashmir. »

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New Delhi, October 30 (KMS): All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) President and Lok Sabha member from Hyderabad, Asaduddin Owaisi, has slammed the Modi government for allowing a selected delegation of 23 EU MPs to visit occupied Kashmir.

In an interview to India Today TV, Owaisi said the government has sent such members of the European Parliament to the Valley who believe in Nazi ideology and proudly call themselves fascists.

The government has called such members of the European Parliament who believe in the ideology of Nazis and Hitler and in Islamophobia. They proudly call themselves fascists. What message does it want to send to the Valley, he asked.

“The MPs are not members of an official European Union delegation. Some NGO invited them and they have come in their individual capacity. Why is the government sending them to Kashmir? Who are these people?” Owaisi said. »

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London, October 30 (KMS): Dissident political leaders from the Indian state of Manipur have declared independence from India and formed a government-in-exile in Britain.

The former princely state has been demanding freedom from India for the last several decades.

Narengbam Samarjit, external affairs minister in the self-declared Manipur State Council, said the exiled government would push for recognition at the United Nations.

“We will run the de jure exiled government here… from today onwards,” he told reporters in London, after a declaration of independence first announced in Manipur in 2012 was read aloud. »

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