Srinagar, October 05 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, unrelenting military siege imposed by Narendra Modi-led fascist Indian government on August 05, last year, continues to take a heavy toll on daily life of the Kashmiris in the territory.

A report released by the Research Section of Kashmir Media Service on the completion of 14 months to the military siege, today, revealed that Indian troops martyred 253 Kashmiris including 6 women during the period. It said that most of the victims were killed by the troops in fake encounters in the garb of so-called cordon and search operations. It said youth are picked up from their homes and then eliminated after falsely labeled as mujahideen or over-ground workers. It said that the killings by the troops during the past 14 months rendered 12 women widowed and 27 children orphaned. »

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Srinagar, October 5 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir Youth Social Forum has urged the United Nations to resolve the Kashmir dispute as per its resolutions and the aspirations of the Kashmiri people who are facing the worst political vendetta for the past seven decades.

A JKYSF delegation said this during a visit to the family of Riyaz Ahmad Naikoo in Pulwama. They paid rich tributes to the prominent martyr commander.

The delegation members said that the Kashmiri people would continue to raise their voice for their political rights. »

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2 Soldiers Die Of Injuries As Pak Violates Ceasefire In J&K's Baramulla2 Soldiers Die Of Injuries As Pak Violates Ceasefire In J&K's BaramullaSrinagar, October 05 (KMS): In Indian Illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, two Indian troops were killed and three others injured in an attack in Pulwama, today.

A contingent of Indian paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force came under the attack in Pampore area of the district leaving two killed and three others injured.

An official said that five CRPF men sustained injuries in the attack who were shifted to hospital where two of them, later, succumbed. The area was sealed immediately after the attack and a search operation was launched.

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Srinagar, October 05 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, senior Hurriyat leader, Ghulam Muhammad Khan Sopori, has urged the Indian government to acknowledge the ground realities on Kashmir and take serious steps to resolve the dispute in accordance with the aspirations of the Kashmiris to ensure durable peace in South Asia.

Ghulam Muhammad Khan Sopori in a statement issued in connection with the founding day of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League in Srinagar made it clear that New Delhi could not intimidate the Kashmiri people into submission through use of brutal force. The Hurriyat leader said that the Kashmiri people would continue their ongoing freedom struggle through thick and thin. »

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Srinagar, October 05 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, APHC leader and Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Political Movement, Khawaja Firdous, has said that India is using brutal tactics to suppress the Kashmiris’ freedom movement.

Khawaja Firdous in a statement issued in Srinagar said that India under black laws had given a free hand to its troops to massacre the Kashmiris. The Hurriyat leader said that after arresting innocent youth, the troops martyr them in fake encounters and dub them militants. He said that Indian Army had martyred a large number of Kashmiri youth in fake encounters to get rewards and promotions. »

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Srinagar, October 05 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Personal Law Board has expressed grief over the sad demise of Mufti Nazimuddin, cousin of Grand Mufti, Nasir-ul-Islam, who passed away on Sunday.

The General Secretary of Muslim Personal Law Board, Ahmad Ayaz in a statement issued in Srinagar expressed grief over the demise of Mufti Nazimuddin and prayed for eternal peace to the deceased. He said that Mufti Nazimuddin was a noble person and well-known social activist of Kashmir. »

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Srinagar, October 05 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian troops launched a siege and search operation in Sopore area of Baramulla district.

The personnel associated with 52 Rashtriya Rifles of Indian Army, paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force and Special Operations Group of Police cordoned off Balgam area of Sopore and conducted house-to-house search operations. The troops also closed all routes to the area and restricted the movement of people.

The operation was going on till the filing of this report.

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Islamabad, October 05 (KMS): President Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Masood Khan Sunday said India could not suppress Kashmiris struggle for liberation with use of force. Addressing the launching ceremony of ‘La Makan’ book, he said Kashmiris struggle for independence had been gaining momentum with each passing day.

‘La Makan’ was a poetry book, written by Chairperson of Friends of Kashmir International’s United States chapter Ghazala Habib. »

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Geneva conference for implementation of UN resolutions on Kashmir

Geneva, 5 October (KMS): Speakers at a virtual conference held on the sidelines of the 45th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva emphasizing that implementation of self determination is as vital as right to life have called for settlement of the Kashmir dispute as per UN Security Council resolutions.

The event was organized by the Organisation of Kashmir Coalition (OKC) under the umbrella of its partner International Human Rights Association of American Minorities (IHRAAM) and was moderated by Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo under the theme – Self-Determination, Conflicts and Geneva Conventions.

The panelists included former Independent Expert on the Promotion of Democratic and Equitable International Order Professor Alfred de Zayas, Professor Nazir Ahmad Shawl, Madam Daniela Donges, Ambassador Ronald Barnes, Professor Joseph Wronka, former Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Frank Schwalba-Hoth and former MEP Julie Ward. »

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