Islamabad, Feb 27 (KMS): Prime Minister Imran Khan called upon world to stop ‘Nazi-inspired ideology’ in India amid Kashmir & Citizenship Act unrest.
“India has embraced racist beliefs tantamount to the views espoused by Nazi Germany, and the world must take action to stop the country’s Muslim minority from being ‘targeted,’ Imran Khan said this in a series of tweets about ongoing violence in Delhi between supporters and opponents of India’s new Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The unrest has caused the deaths of at least 20 people. »

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Islamabad, Feb 27 (KMS):Prime Minister Imran Khan stressed that implementation of the United Nations Security Council resolutions remained the only way for peaceful solution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute.
He was talking to Gen Mohamed Ahmed Zaki Mohamed, Egyptian Commander-in-Chief and Minister for Defence and Military Production, who called on him here.
During the meeting, views were exchanged on bilateral, regional and international issues.
The prime minister dilated in detail on the grave human rights and humanitarian situation in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the inhuman lockdown and communications blockade which had continued since August 5, 2019 and severely impacted the lives of over 8 million Kashmiris. »

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Sukkur, Feb 27 (KMS): An Inter-departmental sports competition was organised by the Pakistan Study Centre in collaboration with Directorate of Sports and Department of International Relations at Sindh University, Jamshoro, to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people.
Talking on the occasion, the vice-chancellor SU, Prof Dr Fateh Muhammad Burfat, said the university was proud to organise conferences, seminars, parliamentary debates, rallies and now a sports competition to promote the Kashmir cause. The event had various features, including cricket, hockey, football, Karate, and gymnastics. »

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Lahore, Feb 27 (KMS): A seminar titled “Humans without Human Rights” was held here at Government College University (GCU) Lahore under the auspices of its newly formed Kashmir Society to discuss how the current policy of Pakistan is able or unable to address the changing situation in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Chairman Kashmir Committee Syed Fakhar Imam chaired the seminar which was also addressed by Punjab Minister for Industries & Trade Mian Aslam Iqbal, Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Asghar Zaidi, journalist Salman Ghani and spokesperson Punjab Government Dr Zarqa Suharwardy Taimur.
In his key note address, MNA Syed Fakhar Imam said that nations ruled the world through their educational institutions; the United States of America was a superpower due to the excellence of Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, Yale, MIT and its other universities. He said that China is a second superpower and its more than 266,000 students were currently studying in US universities to gain knowledge. “If China can become a superpower in just 40 years, why not Pakistan and for this we just need leaders like Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah,” said Imam, adding, “We can understand the Quaid’s vision from his decision of donating his properties to educational institutions.” »

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NIA raids houses in Badgam, Pulwama

Srinagar, February 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, scores of youth were arrested during grand crackdown operations by Indian troops in Pulwama and other districts of the Kashmir valley, today.

Most of the youth were arrested during cordon and search operations, launched by Indian troops in Kareemabad, Sambura, Ratnipura, Rajpura, Pampore, Dadsar, Tral and Mitrigam areas of Pulwama district. The troops sealed all entry and exit points and conducted house-to-house search operations in the areas. Besides, arresting every male member they came across, the troops subjected women and children to brutal torture.There were also reports of large-scale arrests during the ongoing search operations in Gandarbal, Shopian, Kupwara, Baramulla, Bandipura and districts. »

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Geneva, February 26 (KMS): The International Human Rights Association of American Minorities (IHRAAM) headed by Barrister Abdul Majid Tramboo has kicked off the Human Rights session on Kashmir today at UN Offices in Geneva.

IHRAAM has accused India of genocide in Kashmir and urged the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Fatou Bensouda to open a formal investigation into alleged genocide in Kashmir being conducted by India. »

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Islamabad, Feb 26 (KMS): President Arif Alvi on Wednesday condemned the violence in New Delhi and said that secular forces within India should rise against barbaric actions like the vandalising of a mosque.
In a tweet, Alvi shared a video of a Hindu supremacist mob climbing on a minaret of a mosque and said that the visuals seemed to be a reminder to Muslims of the Babri Masjid episode.


“Another update of the disgraceful act. Vandalising a mosque! It seems to be a reminder to Muslims of the Babri Masjid episode. I think secular forces within India should rise against such barbaric actions,” he said.

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Washington, Feb 26 (KMS): Several lawmakers in the United States raised concerns over the anti-Muslim violence that has erupted in northeastern parts of New Delhi since Sunday, claiming at least 20 lives in three days. The protests began after clashes between those in favour and against India’s Citizenship Amendment Act escalated with multiple attacks on Muslim homes.
“It is important to strengthen relationships with democratic partners like India,” Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic Party’s contender for the United States presidential elections later this year. “But we must be able to speak truthfully about our values, including religious freedom and freedom of expression – and violence against peaceful protesters is never acceptable.” »

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Srinagar, February 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Wednesday carried out fresh raids on the residences of Kashmiri youth in Badgam and Pulwama districts.

The NIA sleuths backed by Indian army and police personnel completely sealed Khansahab area of Badgam district while troops were deployed in strength at all entry and exit points in the area.

In the meantime, NIA teams raided the residences of two youth identified as Saqib Ahmad Lone and Suhail Maqbool, simultaneously. They were arrested by Indian police in the district, last week, on the fake charge of being overground workers of mujahideen. »

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Islamabad, February 26 (KMS): Zahid Ashraf, Vice Chairman of J&K Students and Youth Forum has called upon Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to shun his mulish attitude as he could never be able to sweep the explosive Kashmir issue under the carpet.

Zahid Ashraf in a statement said that despite Modi’s supplications, his patron Trump went public about the reality of the Kashmir knot in his press talk. »

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