Srinagar, July 27 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the High Court has asked the Indian Home Ministry as well as the authorities of the territory to respond to a fresh Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking time-bound probe into the custodial death of Rizwan Assad Pandith, a teacher from Awantipora area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district who was killed in police custody in March this year. »

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Srinagar, July 25 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Islami Tanzeem-e-Azadi has said that its illegally detained party Chairman, Abdul Samad Inqilibi has been released from Kot Bhalwal Jail, Jammu, on July 19 in ailing condition but so far he has not reached his house in Srinagar.

The Jammu and Kashmir Islami Tanzeem-e-Azadi in a statement issued in Srinagar said his family members are worried about him as they do not know about his whereabouts after July 19. »

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Srinagar, July 24 (KMS): An Indian court ordered the release of four Kashmiris, who remained illegally detained in New Delhi’s Tihar jail for the past 23 years.

These Kashmiris identified as Mirza Nasir, Ali Muhammad Killay, Latif Ahmed Waja and Assadullah Gone, today, reached Srinagar from New Delhi.

A Rajasthan court in India ordered their release. They were arrested by Indian police after a blast in Lajpath Nagar in New Delhi. »

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Srinagar, July 19 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the family of illegally detained All Parties Hurriyat Conference leader, Ayaz Muhammad Akbar, has demanded his release to enable him to look after his wife who is suffering from a serious ailment.

The family of Ayaz Akbar, who has been languishing in New Delhi’s infamous Tihar Jail following his arrest almost two years ago, has applied for his interim bail and the court has listed the case for July 25, 2019. »

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New Delhi, July 19 (KMS): India’s notorious National Investigation Agency (NIA) has questioned the owner-cum-editor of a Srinagar-based daily English newspaper, Haji Mohammad Hayat Butt, at its headquarters in New Delhi.

The owner-cum-editor of daily English newspaper “Kashmir Reader”, Mohammad Hayat Butt appeared at the NIA’s Delhi headquarters on Tuesday for questioning, which was still on, the NIA officials told media men.

They claimed that Kashmir Reader was launched in 2012 by Mohammad Hayat Butt, who ran a small advertising agency called “Helpline Advertising Agency” with aid from another country. »

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Srinagar, July 12 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the authorities have again slapped draconian law, Public Safety Act (PSA), on the illegally detained Chairman of Islami Tanzeem-e-Azadi, Abdul Samad Inqilabi.

Indian police had arrested Abdul Samad Inqilabi from Dogripora area of Pulwama district on December 25, last year. »

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Srinagar, July 11 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Hurriyat leaders have condemned the attachment of residence of illegally detained Dukhtaraan-e-Millat Chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi saying the move is the latest example of India’s Kashmir policy, which is in force since 1947 to continue its illegal control over Kashmir. »

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Srinagar, July 10 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the High Court Bar Association (HCBA) on Wednesday released book on Article 35-A.

The book was written to spread the awareness about 35-A among general public.

It is worth mentioning here that Article 35A allows the Jammu and Kashmir legislature to define permanent residents of the territory.

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Another step to choke Kashmir’s freedom voice

Jammu, July 09 (KMS): In another anti-freedom movement move, the Indian government has opened full-fledged offices of its agencies, notorious for being strict against Hurriyat leaders and Kashmiri businessmen in occupied Kashmir in the name of checking hawala money, illegal flow of funds and narco-terrorism.

According to Kashmir Media Service, a Jammu based English daily quoting official sources said that going ahead with pro-active approach against the Hurriyat leaders, New Delhi has given nod to strengthening of Enforcement Direcrorate and Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI). »

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Jammu, July 05 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, in order to suppress the Kashmiris’ ongoing freedom movement, the Indian government has decided to shift more illegally detained Hurriyat leaders and youth to the Indian jails, says a media report.

Jammu-based English newspaper Daily Excelsior quoting official sources in a report said that the decision came on the basis of specific intelligence inputs that stay of some of the Hurriyat leaders and activists in the jails of occupied Kashmir was not appropriate. »

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