Srinagar, July 11 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian police arrested the All Parties Hurriyat Conference leader and acting Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League, Farooq Ahmad Tawheedi, in Srinagar.

The police after arresting Farooq tawheedi, the police shifted him to a police station in Sopore.

Earlier, the police had arrested Farooq Towheedi’s son, Junaid Ahmed, an engineer, during a house raid in Sopore. »

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Srinagar, July 05 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Hurriyat leader, Javaid Ahmad Mir and the Acting Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League, Farooq Ahmed Tawheedi have strongly condemned the growing state terrorism by Indian troops.

Javaid Ahmad Mir in a statement issued in Srinagar said that Kashmiri dispute was one of the old disputes in the United Nations but international community has been turning a blind eye towards the Kashmiri people for the last seven decades.

He said that India wanted to suppress the peaceful voice of Kashmiris through military might but would never succeed in its nefarious designs. He said the people of the territory would continue their struggle till its logical conclusion. Mir paid Rich tributes to Kashmiri freedom fighters who has been Given hot blood only for freedom. »

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Srinagar, July 04 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the authorities have booked a government employee on sedition charges for his posts on social media.

Tahir Nazir Shalla, a resident of Shalpora area of Sopore, was booked on charges of sedition for his posts on social media by the Indian authorities in occupied Kashmir. Shalla is an employee at Government Boys Higher Secondary School (HSS) Qalamabad in Kupwara district. »

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Srinagar, June 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the family members of Hurriyat leader Mohammad Yaseen Atai and former member of so-called Kashmir Assembly, Engineer Abdur Rasheed, have called on India to shift the two illegally detained Kashmiri leaders to Srinagar.

The family of Mohammad Yaseen in a statement in Srinagar said that Atai who is detained leader in a jail in Braili, India, is seriously ill and be shifted to Srinagar because of his deteriorating health. »

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New Delhi, June 29 (KMS): A Kashmiri Sikh youth who was missing from his home since June 15 has been found in the custody of the Delhi police on the charge of striving for a separate homeland for Sikh people in India.

The Sikh youth, Mohinderpal Singh, 29 belongs to Diwan Bag, Baramulla in occupied Kashmir. He was living in Chander Vihar in New Delhi, when he went missing on June 15, 2020. It was found, yesterday, that the missing Sikh youth was in the custody of Delhi police. He has been booked under draconian law, Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).

Police claimed that the detained Sikh youth had links with Khalistan Liberation Force leaders and was planning to commit target-killings on instructions from Khalistani leaders. »

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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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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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Srinagar, June 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the family of illegally detained Hurriyat leader, Merajuddin Kalwal has urged the authorities to shift him from Tihar jail, India, to Srinagar or Jammu.

His wife in a statement in Srinagar said that Merajuddin Kalwal had been admitted in hospital after he fell ill in Tihar Jail a week before.

“My husband is already an asthmatic patient and this has created a lot of complications for him and is more than worrying amid the current pandemic. The doctors in jail have told him that he needs proper medication and protection, as he is already having respiratory issues. This puts him in a high-risk group and makes him more vulnerable to the deadly coronavirus,” she said. »

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Srinagar, June 27 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the family of illegally detained ailing Hurriyat leader, Shahid-ul-lslam, has urged the Indian authorities to shift him from New Delhi’s Tihar jail to the Kashmir Valley to save him from getting affected with the coronavirus.

The family members of the detained leader in a statement issued in Srinagar said that Shahid-ul-lslam was diabetic and had not been feeling well at Tihar jail. They said that spread of COVID-19 inside the prison had made his life even vulnerable to the deadly infection as several inmates were infected with the virus.

“We have learnt from reliable quarters that one inmate at Tihar has already died of coronavirus,” the family members said. »

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