Protest in Srinagar against attack on shrine

Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred five Kashmiri youth in Zainapora area of Shopian district, today.

The youth were killed by the troops during a cordon and search operation in Reban village of the district. The operation was jointly launched by Indian Army, Central Reserve Police Force and police. Immediately after the killings, the authorities suspended internet services in Shopian and Kulgam districts.

An anti-India protest demonstration was held at Chattabal in Srinagar against an attack on a Muslim shrine by Indian secret agents in disguise. Speakers on the occasion said that India was involved in such heinous acts to stoke sectarian division in the territory. »

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New Delhi, June 07 (PTI): A Kashmiri woman, who was arrested earlier this year in a false case during anti-CAA protests, has tested positive for COVID-19 while in the custody of National Investigation Agency (NIA).

The judge directed the NIA to admit the woman identified as Hina Bashir Begh to hospital with immediate effect.

Her lawyer advocate M S Khan, meanwhile, filed an application seeking interim bail of two months for her, saying, “Delhi is struggling to cope up with the rising number of coronavirus positive cases and there is lack of proper treatment facilities in government hospitals”.

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Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred four youth in Zainapora area of Shopian district, today.

The youth were killed by the troops during a cordon and search operation in Reban village of the district. The operation was jointly launched by Indian Army, Central Reserve Police Force and police.

The operation was going on till filing of the last report. »

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Protesters in Srinagar denounce India for attack on shrine

Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, in continuation of their conspiracies to divide the Kashmiris along political, regional and sectarian lines, Indian secret agencies, in a latest bid, tried to set on fire a revered shrine in Srinagar to pitch one community against another in the territory.

The residents of Sajadabad locality in Chattabal area of Srinagar on Saturday, however, foiled the attempt by a masked man backed by the Indian agencies to set afire a local shrine with the sole aim of trigging a sectarian divide among the Kahsmiri communities. »

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Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a delegation led by Jammu and Kashmir Social Peace Forum Chairman, Devinder Singh Behl visited Kerry in Baramulla to express condolence over the death of a prominent Kashmiri personality Justice (retired) Sharif Bukhari, who passed away in Lahore.

Devinder Singh Behl speaking on the occasion said that Justice Sharif had dedicated his entire life for the liberation movement of Kashmir and his services would always be remembered by the Kashmiri people. »

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Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Muttahida Majlis-e-Ulema Jammu and Kashmir, headed by illegally detained Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has strongly condemned the attacks on religious places of worship by some miscreants and anti-social elements during the past few days amid the coronavirus lockdown.

All the constituents of the MMU, which include Anjuman Auqaf Jama Masjid Darul Uloom Raheemiya, Muslim Personal Law Board, Anjuman SharianShian, Jamiat Ahle Hadeeth, Jamaat-e-Islami, Karwaan-e-Islami, Itihaad-ul-Muslimeen, Anjuman Himaayat-ul-Islam, Anjuman Tableegh-ul-Islam, Jamiat Hamdania, AnjumanUlma-e-Ahnaaf, Darul Uloom Qasmiya, Darul Uloom Bilaliya, Anjuman Nusrat-ul-Islam, Anjuman Mazhar-ul-Haq, Anjuman Aima Wa Mashaaikh Kashmir, Muslim Waqf Board, Darul uloom Naqashbandia, Darul Uloom Rashidia, Ahli Baitfoundation and Parvaani Wilayat in a joint statement condemned the attack and hurling of petrol bomb on Aastaana Bab-ul-Hawaaij Sajjadabad, Chhatabal, which also houses a centuries old manuscript of Holy Quran. »

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Strong anti-India resentment growing in IOK: Shahid Saleem

Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a meeting of social and political activists, presided over by the Chairman of Jammu Kashmir People’s Movement (JKPM), Mir Shahid Saleem, in Rajouri has reiterated to oppose, tooth and nail, the anti-Kashmir policies of the fascist Modi government in India.

Addressing the meeting, which was held in Thanamandi area of Rajouri district Mir Shahid Saleem said that strong resentment was growing among the Kashmiri people against these policies and programmes of the Indian government, which were aimed at changing the demographic character of the territory.

He pointed out domicile rules and other policies, being introduced by New Delhi, were a part of the larger conspiracy to convert Muslim majority state of Jammu and Kashmir into a minority. The meeting discussed the prevailing socio-political situation in Jammu and Kashmir after abrogation of article 370. »

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Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian authorities have declared eight districts in the Kashmir valley and one in Jammu as red zones on the pretext of COVID-19 outbreak.

All Kashmir districts except for Gandarbal and Bandipore have been declared as red zones. Ganderbal and Bandipore figure in the orange zone list and Ramban district in Jammu region has been declared as red zone while Kathua, Samba, Reasi, Udhampur, Poonch, Rajouri and Jammu districts have been included in the list of Orange Zones, said an order issued by the puppet authorities. »

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Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, at least five Indian troops were injured after a Pump Action Gun ‘went off’ at a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) camp at Dignibal area of Ganderbal district.

Reports said that a Pump Action Gun fire went off at E-Coy 21 Battalion of CRPF at Dignibal in which five troopers were injured. The injured were immediately shifted to their main Battalion Headquarter located at Dalgate in Srinagar. »

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Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): Around 800 Kashmiris, stranded in Dubai due to the COVID-19 outbreak, have arranged two chartered flights for their return to the Valley, but Indian authorities are deliberately delaying their return citing fulfillment of certain formalities in the clearance of the landing of these flights in Srinagar

The stranded Kashmiris have been seeking evacuation as they have been facing severe problems. They say they are under distress with some of them facing medical emergencies, visa issues and short of money.

Sajad Ahmad, one of the stranded Kashmiris, said that so far only one flight has been operated from Dubai. “My visa has been cancelled by the company because of coronavirus. It has been three months without any salary. Now I do not have any money with me,” he said. »

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