Civil disobedience continues in IOK

Srinagar, November 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Hurriyat organizations have emphasised that the people of Kashmir are determined to resist BJP government’s designs of robbing Jammu and Kashmir of its civilizational identity and Muslim character.

Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League, Tehreek-e-Wahdat-e-Islami, Young Mens League and Muslim Khawateen Markaz in their separate statements said that the Kashmiris would continue liberation struggle till it reached its logical conclusion. They maintained that people would resist India’s illegal occupation with complete unity and determination and New Delhi would not succeed in forcing them into submission.

People continue to stage silent protest as a mark of civil disobedience in the Kashmir Valley against India’s anti-Kashmir moves by downing their shutters and staying away from schools and offices. Restrictions under Section 144 continue to remain enforced amid massive presence of Indian forces with public transport away from the roads while Internet, SMS and prepaid mobile services out of bounds for the people even on 101st day of lockdown, today. »

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Srinagar, November 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, reports coming out from the internet-restricted Kashmir valley suggest that Indian forces’ personnel roam in plainclothes in private vehicles and arrest any teenage boy seen outside his house as if being a teenager has become the biggest crime in the territory.

The families of the boys being detained by Indian forces have approached the media in Srinagar to share the ordeal. They said that the authorities are not only picking up their children but are also making them pay for the meals, served to their wards in custody.

At least five families in a Srinagar locality said that police personnel in civvies were picking up children, aged 14 to 16 years, bundling them into private vehicles and taking them to police stations. »

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Srinagar, November 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, people in the Kashmir Valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu region continue to observe silent protest on 101st day, today, against Indian occupation by downing their shutters and staying away from schools and offices.

Public transport is also almost absent from the roads. However, thin movement of private vehicles is observed on the roads. Shops only open for a brief period in the morning and evening.

Meanwhile, life continues to remain affected in the Valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu and Ladakh regions on 101st day, today. Restrictions under Section 144 are enforced amid massive presence of Indian forces. Internet, SMS and prepaid mobile services continue to remain suspended for the people living in the Valley. »

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Islamabad, Nov 13 (KMS): Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi  reiterated that Pakistan will continue to extend legal, moral and diplomatic support to the oppressed people of Kashmir.
Qureshi said Prime Minister Modi’s BJP-led Indian government has besieged the Kashmiri people for the past hundred days. He said innocent Kashmiri children and women are being subjected to oppression by the Indian forces.
The foreign minister said Kashmiris are unable to get access to food and medicines owing to the continuous curfew in the held valley and shadows of death are hovering there. »

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Islamabad, Nov 13 (KMS): Raja-Zafar-ul-HaqOpposition senators demanded to raise Kashmir issue in an effective manner on all international forums and remove the perception that Pakistan was supporting terrorism rather Pakistan remained its victim.
The House started a discussion on a motion moved by Opposition Leader Raja Zafar-ul-Haq and others regarding the curfew and lockdown in Srinagar which continues unabated and enters into 100th day and future strategy of the government. They regretted that the international community remained silence over the brutalities carried out by the Indian forces in Occupied Kashmir.
Initiating the discussion, Raja Zafar-ul-Haq said people of occupied Kashmir were living in curfew since last one hundred days. He said Indian forces have killed innocent people and blinded children of occupied valley. »

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Lahore, Nov 13 (KMS): Lahore Arts Council organized a two-day theatre play ‘Rang Laye Ga Lahu’ to show solidarity with the people of Kashmir at Alhamra. According to LAC spokesperson, the play was written by Aziz Qazi, dialogues written by Riaz Qadri, and directed by Ishfaq Chaudhry. The drama was all about ongoing freedom movement of a Kashmiri family and to highlight the brutality of Indian army who are killing women, innocent children and their men.

On the occasion, LAC Executive director Ather Ali Khan said that Kashmiri people had been fighting for independence for the last six decades and they suffered a lot by all means since India captured the Kashmir valley. »

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Lahore, Nov 13 (KMS): Another conspiracy of India has been exposed regarding its planning to change the names of Muslim areas of Occupied Kashmir.
Keeping in view the nefarious designs of India, Punjab Governor Ch Muhammad Sarwar and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) President Masood Ahmed Khan have announced expediting their contacts and liaison with world community including members parliament, human rights organisations and government functionaries to apprise them about the ground realities, 100 days of curfew and other Indian aggressions in the occupied valley.
Governor Ch Muhammad Sarwar and AJK President Masood Ahmed Khan also held an important meeting here at Governor House. »

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