India to allot 6000-acre land in Kashmir to RSS goons

Srinagar, March 06 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the authorities have booked three more youth under draconian law, Public Safety Act.

The occupation authorities slapped the black law on the youth, Nisar Ahmed Rathar, Mubarak Ahmed Dar and Faheem Ahmed Sofi. Nisar Ahmed Rathar was shifted to Kot Bhalwal Jail in Jammu while Mubarak Dar and Faheem Sofi were lodged at sub-jail Mattan in Islamabad district. Under the PSA a person can be kept under detention for upto two years without trial.

Thousands of Kashmiris remain illegally detained in different jails of India and occupied Kashmir and most of them were arrested after 5th August, 2019 when India revoked the special status of the occupied territory and placed it under military siege. Over 750 of the Kashmiri detainees have been booked under the PSA. »

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Islamabad, March 06 (KMS): Vice Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Employees Movement, Imtiaz Wani, has expressed serious concern over the arrest of a woman and her father by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir.

Indian troops and sleuths of National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested the woman, Insha Tariq, and her father, Tariq Ahmed, during a house raid in Hakripora area of Pulwama district on Tuesday.

Imtiaz Wani in a statement issued in Islamabad condemned the continued door-to-door search operations and the arrest of the youth by Indian troops in occupied Kashmir. »

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Islamabad, March 06 (KMS): The President of Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement (JKSM), Altaf Ahmed Butt has said that India is using to draconian laws to suppress Kashmiris’ indigenous liberation movement by arresting youth and minors.

Altaf Ahmed Butt talking to media in Islamabad, today, said that future of Kashmir was being snatched by arresting and torturing school going children and youth.

He said that the Modi government using draconian laws was arresting minors and youth to put pressure on their families and relatives to stop raising voice for freedom. »

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Srinagar, March 06 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has expressed deep concern over the plight of all Kashmiri political detainees including its Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, languishing in different jails of India and the territory and demanded their immediate release.

The JKLF Acting Chairman, Abdul Hameed Butt, in a statement issued in Srinagar condemned the fresh arrest spree in occupied Kashmir and described it as the worst kind of human rights violation.

He also denounced the arrest of Tariq Ahmed and his young daughter Insha Tariq by Indian police and sleuths of Indian National Investigation Agency (NIA) from Pulwama. He said that arrest of a father along with his young daughter and taking them to some unknown place without allowing their meeting with other family members and passing them through interrogation was highly immoral, undemocratic, inhuman and condemnable. He also demanded their immediate and unconditional release. »

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Jammu, March 06 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Srinagar-Jammu highway, the only surface link of Kashmir Valley with the rest of the world, was blocked due to multiple landslides triggered by heavy rains, today, in Ramban district.

Vehicular traffic on the highway was disrupted due to multiple landslides forcing hundreds of vehicles to halt at different places.

There were several landslides triggered by heavy rains in Banihal and Ramban areas on the highway, officials said. »

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Washington, March 06 (KMS): The US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) is considering downgrading India’s ranking with respect to religious freedom.

The USCIRF is mulling whether to move down India a notch from “Tier II” to “Tier I” or “countries with particular concern” on account of religious freedom.

The consideration comes after India registered the largest decline in its political rights and civil liberties score among the 25 most populous democracies in the annual report of Washington-based pro-democracy think-tank Freedom House. The report attributed this to the Modi government’s “alarming departures from democratic norms”. It also declined Kashmir’s status from “Partly Free” to “Not Free”. »

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Srinagar, March 06 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops continued violent crackdown operations in different areas and arrested a youth from Pulwama district.

The troops arrested the youth identified as Waseem Bashir during a nocturnal cordon and search operation (CASO) in Monghama area of Pulwama district.

A police official while confirming the arrest of the youth said that he had been arrested for questioning over having links with mujahideen. »

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Srinagar, March 06 (KMS): Another nefarious scheme of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been reported Thursday as his government is planning to allot 6000-acre land in occupied Kashmir to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) goons in the name of investment to alter the population ratio in the held valley.

Informed sources in Srinagar have revealed that the Modi government has decided to allocate 20,000 kanals of land to Hindu investors at the rate of Re 1 per kanal. The lands will be given from 18 cities of the occupied valley for industry, IT park and tourism purpose. »

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Unilateral step by Indian govt to colonize Kashmir violation of international law: AJK President Sardar Masood Khan tells diplomats of 33 nations

Muzaffarabad, March 06 (KMS): The Special Representative of the OIC Secretary General on Kashmir, Yousaf Al Dobeay has demanded of the Indian government to revoke 5th August steps in the occupied Kashmir, lift curfew and siege and restore fundamental human rights of the Kashmiris.
Talking to news men in Muzaffarabad after meeting AJK President Sardar Masood Khan, he said the OIC has always advocated to resolve this longstanding issue in line with UN Security Council’s resolutions and peaceful political settlement to ensure durable peace in South Asia.
He also demanded implementation of the recommendations of the UN Human Right Council’s reports 2018 and 2019 and resolve the humanitarian issues in the occupied Kashmir. »

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Srinagar, March 06 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the authorities have booked three youth under draconian law, Public Safety Act.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the occupation authorities invoked the black law against the youth, Nisar Ahmed Rathar, Mubarak Ahmed Dar and Faheem Ahmed Sofi.

Nisar Ahmed Rathar was shifted to Kot Bhalwal Jail in Jammu while Mubarak Dar and Faheem Sofi were lodged at sub jail Mattan in Islamabad district.

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