2021 May 25 » Kashmir Media Service

Srinagar, May 25 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian troops launched cordon and search operations in Srinagar, today.

The troops launched the operations in Gupkar and Badami Bagh cantonment areas during the wee hours on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, two persons died after a vehicle they were travelling in fell into a gorge in Challas area of Rajouri district while a 52-year-old baker found dead at his residence in Srinagar.

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Islamabad, May 25 (KMS): The Foreign Office asked 12 officials of the Indian High Commission (IHC) to quarantine, after a family member of an official tested positive for Covid-19.
According to reports, the officials were asked to undergo quarantine along with their family members and drivers after an official’s spouse tested positive for the coronavirus. The officials were made to undergo rapid antigen tests at their arrival at the airport.
Foreign Office Spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said the 12 Indian High Commission officials and a group of their families had entered Pakistan through the Wagha border on May 22 where they were tested. The reports confirmed that the wife of an official had contracted the coronavirus. »

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Indians asked to run #Go Modi Go on May 30 across country

A video has appeared on social media asking people from all across India to stage protest unanimously on May 30 by beating drums and dishes to demand resignation from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A man in the video is seen appealing people to run hashtag ‘Go Modi Go’ and refuse to die from COVID under the leadership of Modi.

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Srinagar, May 25 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference has said that the ongoing arrest spree, the widespread use of draconian laws and frequent imposition of curfew by the Indian authorities have created an atmosphere of terror and fear in the territory.

APHC Secretary Press, Fayaz Ahmad Butt in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the main aim of India’s actions was to suppress the freedom sentiments of the Kashmiri people. He said the Kashmiris are treading the chosen path to freedom with full determination because they know that the freedom struggles can never be defeated by the occupational forces. Hurriyat leader Abdul Samad Inqilabi asked Pakistan to move the International Court of Justice for initiation of proceedings under war crimes against India. »

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Srinagar, May 25 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference has said that the arbitrary arrest spree, the widespread use of draconian laws like Public Safety Act and Armed Forces Special Powers Act and the frequent use of curfew in the garb of Covid 19 pandemic have generated a terrible environment in the territory.

APHC Secretary Press, Fayaz Ahamad Butt in a statement issued in Srinagar while denouncing the police action against the youth in Chenab valley and the illegal arrests of four boys in Rajouri district said that the main aim of these barbaric actions is to suppress the freedom sentiments of the people living in these far flung areas. »

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#CurbsAgainstJournalistsInIIOJKIntensified

WOMEN IN JOURNALISM MAGAZINE - July Issue — The Coalition For Women In  JournalismIslamabad, May 25 (KMS): Indian authorities are employing different tactics to maintain pressure on journalists in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

A report released by Kashmir Media Service, today, said, journalists have been refrained from covering violent cordon and search operations being launched by Indian troops in IIOJK. The move is aimed at hiding HR violations committed by Indian troops in the territory from the international community. »

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Beijing, May 25 (KMKS): China has again defended its $ 60 billion CPEC project with Pakistan, disregarding India’s protests, saying it is an economic initiative and has not affected its principled stand on the Kashmir issue.

Answering questions on the CPEC at a media briefing on Monday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that “since its launch, the CPEC, as an important pilot project of the BRI, has made significant and positive progress in such areas as transportation infrastructure, energy, ports and industrial parks”. »

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Jammu, May 25 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, another case of Mucormycosis popularly known as black fungus has been reported at Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu.

Principal of GMC Jammu, Dr Shashi Sudan, told media that a 56 year-old male admitted at the GMC has been detected with black fungus.

Earlier, a 40-year-old male from Poonch was detected with deadly epidemic. However, he died the next day after he was detected with Mucormycosis. »

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May 25 (KMS): Back to back lockdowns in Kashmir during the last two years have acted as a major dampener, bringing down the profits.

There has been a bumper strawberry crop in Kashmir this year; farmers are busy in their fields harvesting their produce and packing it in small boxes but the growers are incurring losses despite the bumper crop due to the lockdown following the coronavirus pandemic. »

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Srinagar, May 25 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, normal life remained affected in the territory on Tuesday for nearly fourth consecutive week due to restrictions intensified by the authorities.

The occupation authorities on April 29 imposed corona-curfew in 11 districts in Kashmir Valley and Jammu region in a bid to prevent the surge in COVID-19 cases, which has been since extended till May 31 to all the 20 districts till 7 am. »

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