Srinagar, June 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, two separate orders by the authorities on stocking up of LPG cylinders for two months in the Kashmir valley and on vacating of school buildings for the forces personnel in Gandarbal, adjoining Kargil, have triggered a fresh wave of anxiety among the locals, in the wake of India-China face-off.

It is for the first time that the administration has decided to stock up LPG cylinders at the peak of summer. Usually, such exercises are carried out in October-November when the harsh spell of winter would start in the Kashmir valley and affect the traffic on the highways. »

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Youth on social media ask police to immediately release woman

Srinagar, June 28, 2020 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, police arrested mother of a martyred youth during a house raid in Kulgam district, the family members said.

The family members of martyr, Tauseef Ahmad Shaikh, in a media interview in Srinagar said that Naseema Akhtar Sheikh, the mother of the martyred youth, was arrested by Indian police during a house raid in Rampora area of the District. She was detained in a local police station.

”The police were also looking for her daughter.” The family of the martyred Tauseef said that she was forcibly picked up from her house by the dreaded Special Operation Group of Indian police. »

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Srinagar, June 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the residents are living without all basic human rights as they are living under a curfew-like situation from the past 11 months.

A report released by the Research Section of Kashmir Media Service, arrests, killings, detentions and rapes have become a norm especially during the past more than 300 days of military lockdown, imposed by India after revocation of Kashmir’s special status on August 5, last year.

The report citing the findings of Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch on the worst human rights violations by Indian troops in occupied Kashmir, said, the Kashmiri youth are the main target of fascist Modi government. Thousands of youth have been illegally detained in Indian jails. Kashmiri women are the biggest victims of harassment and rape by Indian troops. »

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London, June 28 (KMS): The Pakistan High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK), Nafees Zakaria has reiterated Pakistan’s unequivocal support for the Kashmiris.

Addressing a virtual seminar on the theme of “Seeking Justice for Kashmiri Victims of Sexual Violence & Physical Torture and Widows” in London, he said that the sufferings of the Kashmiri people span over decades and had no parallel in the world. »

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New Delhi, June 28 (KMS): Amnesty International while reacting sharply to the killing of a minor boy during a cordon and search operation by Indian troops in Islamabad district of occupied Kashmir has said that “The unlawful killing of the child shows utter contempt for human life and the fundamental principles of humanity.”

Avinash Kumar, Executive Director, Amnesty International India, in a statement in New Delhi said, “The authorities must investigate this incident and must bring the perpetrators to justice.”

“Killing of civilians can never be justified under any circumstances and is in violation of Article 3 of the four Geneva Conventions of 1949,” the statement added. »

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Jammu, June 28 (KMS): Indian Minister of State in Prime Minister Office and Member of Parliament, Dr Jitendra has received his online domicile certificate from Doda, occupied Kashmir.

The minister applied for the domicile certificate through an online application, which was quickly approved and the Tehsildar of Doda issued him the certificate.

In his application, Dr Jitendra Singh sought domicile certificate from Tehsil and District Doda of Jammu region. »

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Srinagar, June 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a delegation of Tehreek-e-Wahdat-e-Islami visited the residence of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Chairman, Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai and discussed with him the present grim situation in the territory.

A statement issued by TWI in Srinagar said that the delegation was led by party Chief Spokesman Khadim Hussain. TWI representative in APHC Muhammad Maqbool Magami, Fayaz Ahmad and Syed Muhammad Aabidi were other members of the delegation. »

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Srinagar, June 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, APHC leader and Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Employees Movement, Muhammad Shafi Lone has strongly condemned the violent actions by Indian troops in Shopian, Pulwama, Sopore and other areas of the territory.

Muhammad Shafi Lone in a statement issued in Srinagar said that Indian troops had multiplied the miseries of the Kashmiri people and were besieging and torturing unarmed people in the deadly coronavirus pandemic. »

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Former IOK minister’s story depicts how Modi regime treats Kashmiris

Srinagar, June 28 (KMS): The story of the recently-released former puppet minister of occupied Kashmir, Nayeem Akhtar, from Indian jail speaks volumes about how Narendra Modi’s fascist government will be treating ordinary Kashmiris when it treats New Delhi’s own stooges from the occupied territory in such a disgusting way.

Divulging details days after being released from custody, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) senior leader and former minister Naeem Akhtar in a media interview in Srinagar said, “I was asked to sign the bond many times. I was, in fact, the first person among the detainees who was approached for it in September last year itself.”

He said, he was repeatedly visited by government representatives and intelligence officials during his captivity in jails. “They persuaded me to … sign a bond saying that I would not indulge in any political activity after being released,” Akhtar said. “I was asked to quit politics to walk free, evade harrying and live a comfortable life with my family.” »

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Jammu, June 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian police filed charge-sheet against over a dozen people including prominent liberation leader Jahangir Saroori in Kishtwar district.

The charge-sheet was filed in the court of 3rd Additional District and Sessions Judge TADA/POTA in Jammu in a false case registered at Dachan police station early this year.

Saroori, Mudassar Hussain and Riaz Ahmad were named in the charge-sheet as militants, while 10 others were charged with supporting the ongoing freedom movement.

Saroori is the prominent resistance leader in Kishtwar, who is active over the past over 30 years.

Meanwhile, Indian troops along with paramilitary forces, Special Operation Group and VDCs continued their cordon and search operations in Kishtwar, Doda, Ramban, Rajouri, Poonch and other several Muslim areas of the Jammu region.

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