Amid strict lockdown, Indian troops continue CASOs

Srinagar, April 03 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the people belonging to all walks of life have vowed to resist India’s plans to change the demographic composition of the territory.

The Jammu and Kashmir Employees Movement Chairman, Muhammad Shafi Lone, the Chairman of Jammu Muslim Front, Shuja Zaffar, and the President of Mahaz-e-Azadi, Muhammad Iqbal Mir, in their statements said that right from the day when the Indian Army illegally landed in Kashmir, New Delhi had been treating Kashmir as its colony and Kashmiri people its slaves. They deplored that when the whole world was fighting deadly coronavirus pandemic, the Indian Hindu extremist rulers led by Modi were busy in making anti-Kashmiri and anti-Muslim plots.

The Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League at a meeting in Srinagar and the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League leaders including Molvi Ahmed Rathar and Ahmed Sheikh addressing gatherings in different areas of the occupied territory appealed to the international community to put pressure on India to stop its nefarious plans to alter the Muslim majority character of occupied Kashmir. »

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Srinagar, April 03 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League (JKPL) has said that under the new domicile law, the Indian rulers want to destroy the Muslim identity Kashmir by settling Indian Hindus in the territory.

the JKPL General Secretary, Molvi Ahmed Rathar, organizer, Ahmed Sheikh and party leaders Junaid Shah, Waseem Ahmad and Hafiz Mohammad Haneef addressing people in different areas of occupied Kashmir under mass contact programme said that India intends to give permanent rights to its troops, civil service officers and their children and had planned to settle RSS activists and Indian nationals in occupied Kashmir. »

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Srinagar, April 03 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) has said nearly one in every 13 test samples in the Kashmir Valley is coming out positive for the coronavirus.

The DAK President, Dr Nisar-ul-Hassan, in a statement in Srinagar said, “As of April 02, Kashmir valley has tested 678 samples, of which 53 (7.8 percent) were positive.” »

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Restrictions tightened in occupied Kashmir

Srinagar, April 03 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian police arrested four more Kashmiri youth from different areas, today.

The police during house raids arrested four youth including Azad Ahmed Butt and Altaf Ahmed Baba in Handwara and Sopore areas of north Kashmir.

A police officer talking to media men claimed that the arrested youth were over-ground workers of mujahideen. »

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Srinagar, April 03 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Hurriyat leaders and organisations continue to denounce the new domicile law introduced by India in Kashmir to change the demographic composition of the territory.

APHC leader and the Jammu and Kashmir Employees Movement Chairman, Muhammad Shafi Lone, in a statement issued in Srinagar said that right from the day when the Indian army illegally landed in Kashmir and took its control, India has been treating Kashmir as its colony and Kashmiri people its slaves. He rejected the changing of domicile rules for occupied Kashmir by the Indian rulers. He said that when the whole world was engulfed in epidemic COVID-19 virus and thousands of humans lost their precious lives globally, the Indian Hindu extremist rulers led by Modi were busy in making anti-Kashmiri and anti-Muslim plots. »

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Srinagar, April 03 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League (JKPFL) has expressed concern over the new gazette notification issued by the Indian government regarding the domicile rules.

The JKPFL in a meeting held in Srinagar, today, took stock of the situation and possible fallout of the new order issued by Modi government with the intent to change the identity and separate character of Jammu and Kashmir. »

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London/Brussels, April 03 (KMS): The executive members of Organisation of Kashmir Coalition (OKC), Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo and Professor Nazir Ahmed Shawl, have expressed utter anguish and shock about the continued unlawful actions by the Indian government in occupied Kashmir.

Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo and Professor Nazir Ahmad Shawl in a communication forwarded to the UN Secretary General, António Guterres, urged him to intervene in the critical situation of occupied Kashmir that is rapidly developing due to outbreak of coronavirus pandemic.

They wrote in the communication to António Guterres that despite the live threat of COVID-19, thousands of Kashmiris (men, women and children) are huddled in jails in very appalling conditions; there exists no access to WHO and the Red Cross either to occupied Kashmir or any prisons in India. »

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New Delhi, April 03 (KMS): A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Indian Supreme Court, seeking directives to the authorities of India and occupied Kashmir to restore 4G internet speed in the territory in view of prevailing COVID-19 pandemic.

The plea, filed through ‘Foundation for Media Professionals’, has assailed an order of the administration of occupied Kashmir issued on March 26, by which internet speed has been restricted to 2G only in the Valley.

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Islamabad, April 03 (KMS): Pakistan strongly condemned and rejected the latest Indian action aimed at illegally changing the demographic structure of the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK).

Prime Minister Imran Khan termed the new Indian domicile law the latest illegal action to exploit the international focus on COVID-19 pandemic to push forward BJP’s Hindutva supremacist agenda. He described the new Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Order 2020 as a clear violation of the 4th Geneva Convention.
In a series of tweets, the prime minister not only rejected the latest Indian move but also called on the international community to stop India’s continuing violations of the UNSC resolutions and international law. »

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Srinagar, April 03 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops continued with massive cordon and search operations in several areas amid strict lockdown in the entire territory, causing fear among the people.

During strict curfew-like restrictions across occupied Kashmir, the troops continue to carry on their violent cordon and search operations in different areas of Kupwara, Bandipore, Baramulla, Shopian, Pulwama, Islamabad and Poonch districts.

Meanwhile, Indian police have arrested at least thirty five people in different parts of Kashmir Valley on the charges of violating the restrictions imposed to prevent spread of Coronavirus.

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