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Maoist Literature, Presence at protest not grounds of arrest under UAPA: Kochi HCSrinagar June 02 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian authorities booked near a dozen people under black law Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) in Kupwara, Shopian and Pulwama districts.

Indian army and police arrested over a hundred youth including below 20-year old boys and students in central, north and south districts of Kashmir valley. Most of them were booked under newly imposed draconian law Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA).

The authorities booked Aabid Hussain Mir, Qaiser Ahmad Mir, Bilal Ahmad, Zahoor Ahmad, Aijaz Ahmad, Abbas Ahmad, Firdous Ahmad and Fayaz Ahmad for sloganeering at the funeral of a youth who was martyred by Indian troops in Kupwara district.

Earlier, police booked twenty people who participated in the funeral of top martyred leader Muhammad Asraf Sehrai under black law. Rashid Ashraf Sehrai, Mujahid Ashraf Sehrai and one relative Altaf Ahmad Khan have been kept in Kupwara police station.

The authorities also booked under UAPA over a dozen youth in Shopian, Islambad, Kulgam and Pulwama district who were arrested last month on fake charges.

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Srinagar, June 01 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Political Front, Mohammad Musaddiq Aadil has said that the current spread of Covid 19 in Indian jails has created a sense of fear among the relatives about the wellbeing of the Kashmiri prisoners languishing in jails.

While expressing solidarity with the relatives of the prisoners, Muhammad Musaddiq Aadil in a statement issued in Srinagar appealed to the world human rights organisations to take the cognizance of the situation and facilitate the release of the Kashmiri detainees.

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Srinagar, June 01 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian authorities booked three teenage boys under black law Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act UAPA.

Indian police arrested three juveniles Shafi, Muntazir Farooq and Tauqeer Ashraf in Shopian and booked them under the Anti-terror Law Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act UAPA.

The police authorities registered a fake case against them in Zainpora police station.

All of the three are minors; we do not understand why minors are even not spared. Have minors too become a threat to India with nukes, missiles, tanks and so much of weapons, to a nation of crores of Indians, family members asked.

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Srinagar, May 29 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian police arrested a youth from Kulgam district.

The police arrested the youth identified as Shakir Ahmad during a cordon and search operation in Frisal Yaripora area of the district.

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Srinagar, May 28 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Tehreek-e-Muzahamat and Jammu and Kashmir Political Resistance Movement have termed the continued illegal detention of Rashid Sehrai and Mujahid Sehrai, sons of martyred senior APHC leader Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai, as the worst example of colonial and wicked mindset.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the Tehreek-e-Muzahamat Chairman, Bilal Ahmed Siddiqui, in a statement issued in Srinagar deplored that both sons of Sehrai Sahab had contracted COVID-19 in jail due to inhuman behaviour of the occupation authorities. »

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Srinagar, May 28 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian police and troops arrested over a dozen youth in different parts of the territory.

The police arrested the youth, including Aqib Ahmed, Mufeez Ahmed, Bilal Ahmed Zaboo, Sajjad Ahmed, Muhammad Iqbal, Showkat Ahmed and Aadil Rashid Butt in different areas of Pulwama and Islamabad districts.

On the other hand, Indian police claimed to have arrested 476 persons since authorities imposed lockdown in Jammu district in wake of second wave of coronavirus and registered 375 cases. »

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Srinagar, May 28 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), the police have booked six persons from south Kashmir’s Islamabad district including two brothers under the Unlawful Activities [Prevention] Act (UAPA).

The youth have been identified as Javid Ahmed Bhat, (30), Zubair Ahmed Bhat (26), Fareed Ahmed Mangnoo and Muzaffar Ahmed Mangnoo, and Zahoor Ahmed Mir, all residents of Sheikhpora Vailoo Kokarnag and Muhammad Amin Dar, also a labourer by profession and a resident of Darpora Devalgam.

“Along with UAPA, they have been booked under Arms act as well,” the police officer told media.

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Asif Sultan remains in detention despite many court hearings

Srinagar, May 24 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, International award-winning incarcerated journalist Asif Sultan completed 1,000 days in prison, the other day.

In the almost three years that he has spent in prison, everything has changed at his home, but charges against him are yet to be dropped despite many court hearings.

 

Sultan was arrested in August 2018 after he filed a report on martyred youth leader, Burhan Wani, for a local magazine where he was working as an assistant editor.

A year later he was awarded the John Aubuchon press freedom award. He is currently lodged at Central Jail Srinagar, despite repeated calls for his release from human rights groups, international journalist bodies, and Kashmiri »

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Indian police arrest Kashmiri youth in Delhi

Srinagar, May 18 (KMS): An unidentified male body was found in Baramulla district.

The deceased was likely to be a non-local. His body was found lying in Pattan near Poineer School Hanjiwera of the district. »

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Srinagar, May 18 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir Employees Movement (JKEM) and Jammu and Kashmir Insaf Party have condemned the ongoing cordon and search operations, killings and arrests of youth by Indian forces in the territory.

The JKEM and Insaf Party spokesmen in their statements issued in Srinagar urged world human rights bodies to take notice of the worst situation of Kashmir.

The JKEM spokesman said that these atrocities are being committed to suppress Kashmiri voice for freedom but the oppressors are forgetting the historical fact that freedom movements of nations never get suppressed by such kinds of tyrannies. He said that Kashmiris would never tolerate the killing spree. »

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