Rawalpindi, Jan 29 (KMS): Chairperson Peace and Cultural Organisation Mushaal Malick said that Indian forces have failed to suppress the freedom struggle of Kashmiri people despite inhuman atrocities.
The patience of the Kashmiri people have exposed true face of India before the whole world and that day is not for away when the Kashmiri people will win their right to the self determination, she said.
Mushaal Malick said this while inaugurating a photo exhibition organised in connection with Kashmir Solidarity Day at the Punjab Arts Council Rawalpindi here on Tuesday. »

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Lahore, Jan 29 (KMS): Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has written a letter to 751 members of the European Parliament (EU), including its vice-president, regarding Indian atrocities on Kashmiris and controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act against the Muslims of India.
He has also mentioned the violations of seven conventions of United Nations and other international organisations by India. The governor in the letter also demanded of the European Parliament to play its role by approving a resolution against India on January 30, 2020.Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar said that despite war hysteria by India, Pakistan under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan was advocating for peace. »

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Islamabad, Jan 29 (KMS): A photo exhibition depicting the brutalities faced by the people of Indian occupied Kashmir at the hands of Indian forces was displayed here at national art gallery of PNCA.In the wake of marking Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5, Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) Tuesday arranged the exhibition to unveil the inhumane action and brutality of Indian forces in held Kashmir.

The exhibition was aimed at portraying unanimity with the Kashmiri people and highlight the miseries and catastrophic life being lived by Kashmiris under the communication blackout that has been imposed by Indian fascist government since August last year.It also intended to mobilize the international community to play its due role to provide future to the Kashmiri people. »

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Srinagar, January 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the abrogation of Article 370 of the Indian Constitution by the Modi-led government on August 5, 2019, has affected the tourism sector in the territory

A website Indiaspend in a report quoting the estimate of Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) said that since August 5, 2019, a total of 144,500 people had lost their jobs in Kashmir’s tourism and handicrafts sector – mostly dependent on earnings from travelers. The overall job loss in the commercial space stood at 496,000, it added.

The website, which has analyzed the data from the tourism department, in its report said that tourist arrivals in occupied Kashmir fell after the India’s move, which came with a heavy troop deployment and communication clampdown. »

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Srinagar, January 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Kashmir Press Club (KPC) has condemned the continued denial of internet services to media organizations and working journalists in the Kashmir Valley and asked the Indian government to restore them immediately.

The issue was discussed at a meeting of the KPC’s office-bearers and special invitees.

A statement issued after the meeting said that the internet ban had been in place for 25 weeks, as a result of which media institutions and their personnel have been put to great difficulty. It said that the Indian government’s refusal to restore internet services to media organizations and journalists was being seen as a deliberate attempt to stifle the press in the territory. »

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