2021 May 11 » Kashmir Media Service

Modi regime denounced for state terrorism

Srinagar, May 11 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian troops in their continued acts of state terrorism martyred three Kashmiri youth in Islamabad district, today.

The troops martyred the youth during a cordon and search operation in Vailoo area of the district. The killings triggered anti-India demonstrations in the area. The protesters raised high-pitched anti-India and pro-freedom slogans. The locals complained that besides killing innocent youth, the troops heavily infected with COVID-19 are spreading the dreaded virus during house-to-house searches in the besieged territory. »

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Islamabad, May 11 (KMS): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, today, reiterated that until India reverses its 5 August decision of scrapping the Article 370 of Indian Constitution, the country will not hold any dialogue with New Delhi.

The Prime Minister said this while responding to public queries via telephone.

“I want to tell people of Kashmir that until India does not reverse the 5 August decision, Pakistani government won’t talk to India,” he said. »

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Islamabad, May 11 (KMS): Creating an atmosphere of panic, Indian foreign minister, S Jaishankar, flouted the COVID-19 SOPs during his visit to the UK where he attended the G7 summit, last week.

S Jaishankar did not go in isolation immediately after two Indian delegates, accompanying him, tested positive for the COVID-19. »

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Srinagar Central Jail gets upgrade to offer facilities to inmates | News - Times of India VideosSrinagar, May 11 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the life of thousands of Kashmiris lodged in various jails of the territory is at risk as most of the prisons have no facility to conduct COVID-19 tests on the detainees.

No COVID-19 test has been conducted on any of the prisoners lodged in Srinagar Central Jail and other jails of the territory so far. »

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In Kashmir’s lockdowns, poor have to choose between Covid-19 or poverty


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Srinagar, May 11 (KMS): In a single room mud house in Srinagar, Shameema Akhter was waiting for her husband who had gone to borrow money so he could buy medicines for her. This wasn’t the first time her husband Ishfaq Bhat, a 36-year-old former sales executive, had to borrow money.

Bhat lost his job, selling cosmetics, in 2019 when New Delhi abrogated Jammu and Kashmir’s limited autonomy after enforcing a clampdown that lasted months. A second lockdown with the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic continued his unemployment.

When the lockdown was eased for a few months last year, businesses slowly reopened and Bhatwas again hired by his former employer, until the second wave hit the region — prompting yet another lockdown and unemployment for him. »

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Brussels, May 11 (KMS): A demonstration was held, today, in Brussels, the European Headquarters, in order to express solidarity with the oppressed people of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Kashmiri prisoners illegally detained in Indian jails, which are witnessing rapidly spread of deadly COVID-19.

The demonstration was organized by Kashmir Council Europe (KCEU) in front of European institutions at Place Schuman in the Belgium’s capital city. »

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Srinagar, May 11 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, a government website has declared the territory as a Hindu majority region.

A report carried by Turkish Anadolu Agency says at a time when fears of a demographic invasion are running rife in IIOJK, a government website has declared the conflict-ridden Muslim majority region a Hindu majority. »

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Islamabad, May 11 (KMS): Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has emphatically stated that there is no change in Pakistan’s historic and principled position on Jammu and Kashmir dispute.

Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Tuesday, he said Jammu and Kashmir cannot be an internal issue of India as it is on the agenda of the UN and there are several Security Council resolutions on it.

The Foreign Minister said Pakistan and Kashmiri people have totally rejected the illegal steps taken by India on the 5th August 2019. »

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New Delhi, May11 (KMS): Noted academic and civil rights activist Ram Punyani has criticized the Indian public for electing Narenra Modi as Prime Minister of India in love of burning Muslims to death in 2002, saying that Modi is now rewarding them to burn their relatives from coronavirus.

Ram Punyani, a former professor at IIT-Bombay, in a tweet said, “You [Indians] elected him [Narendra Modi] in love of burning one community to death in 2002, now he is rewarding you to burn to burn dear ones throughout the nation.” »

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Islamabad, May 11 (KMS): A large number of Indians have thrown the idols of the gods they worshiped on the streets, as the numbers of coronavirus infections and deaths skyrocket in the country.

The Indians expressed their anger at the idols that they worshiped and sacrificed themselves for, but the idols did not protect them from the coronavirus.

They prayed to the idols because they believed that it could save them from the virus, but they finally discovered that they could not do anything and hence they destroyed it. »

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