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Srinagar, June 02 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, it is horrible to think that Indian Army could stoop so low to start monitoring the activities of Kashmiri women through secret cameras while they are busy in doing work in their lawns and orchards.

Locals told Kashmir Media Service over phone that they have spotted some cameras installed by the Indian Army in the orchards of Soibug area of Badgam district to record and monitor the activities of Kashmiri women and children. They said that the move has created a sense of fear and insecurity among the local population.

According to the locals, Indian troops are taking videos and pictures of Kashmiri women and children to use them as a weapon against the Kashmiri people, engaged in struggle for freedom against India’ illegal occupation of their motherland.

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Normalising ties with India at this point will be a betrayal of Kashmiris' trust: PM Imran KhanSrinagar, June 02 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Khadim Hussain, Chairman of Tehreek-e-Wahdat-e-Islami (TWI), has termed the recent statement of Prime Minister Imran Khan regarding Kashmir as highly commendable, which infused a new spirit in the Kashmiris’ freedom struggle.
Khadim Hussain in a statement issued in Srinagar said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s statement that establishing relations with India in the current situation would be a betrayal to Kashmiris’ sacrifices is a proof that Pakistan is a strong supporter and advocate of Kashmiris’ right to self-determination.

On the other hand, India’s status is nothing but an aggressor country which has occupied Jammu and Kashmir motherland against the will of Kashmiris and is relentlessly using military force to suppress their struggle for freedom, he added.

The TWI chairman said that history has shown that defeat is the fate of oppressive forces, so India will one day be subdued by the determination of the Kashmiris.

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Srinagar, June 02 (KMS): Indian army chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane would be in Srinagar on a two-day visit starting Wednesday (today) to review the ground situation in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

“The Army chief would be in Srinagar today to review the situation on ground along with the top military commanders there from the 15 Corps”, Indian media reported.

The army chief would also be visiting the forward positions in the valley to review the operational preparedness of troops, the media added.

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Srinagar, June 01 (KMS): Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, senior APHC leader and the President of Anjuman Sharai Shian, Agha Syed Hassan Al-Moosvi Al-Safvi, has condemned the negative role and monopolistic intentions of the former trustees regarding Imam Hussain (RA) Hospital at Bemina in Srinagar.

Agha Syed Hassan Al-Moosvi Al-Safvi in a statement issued in Srinagar made it clear that the hospital is an important institution and all the affairs will be carried out through the same council which has been unanimously formed by all concerned to run the administrative affairs of the institution.

Al-Moosvi said that the construction and development of the hospital and other issues will be considered regularly. “Meetings are held regularly and a similar one was scheduled to be held in the hospital on June 1, but the former trustees once again showed negative thinking and used the police to stop the meeting.” He said, the hospital was facing various problems and the issue of registration of the hospital and the recent embezzlement of Rs 4 lakh was to be discussed. But, he added, in order to save the people involved, the former trustees brought the police at the hospital and misled them about baseless law and order concerns and persuaded them to take action.

The APHC leader said even now such meetings are held satisfactorily under his chairmanship and no problem has arisen. He said that these former trustees have been pursuing their own interests by creating monopoly in the hospital for a long time. “People have looted the institution and caused irreparable damage. The future of the hospital is once again in jeopardy due to the actions of these people,” he said.

Al-Moosvi expressed his determination to isolate the monopolistic elements in the institution with the help of the people.

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Srinagar, May 31 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, gunshots fired by Indian troops created panic in Shopian district.

People were frightened when they heard continued gun shots in Zainpora area of the district. They rushed to safer places for the safety of their life.

Later, it was learnt that the troops deliberately fired the gunshots in the name of drill to frighten locals in Babapora Zainpor area.

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Srinagar, May 31 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, a critically injured Muslim man was thrown out of Government Medical College Jammu Hospital.

The injured man, Mohammad Rafiq, told media men that he was assaulted by some Hindu goons and was hit in the head by a sharp edged weapon. “Somehow I managed to reach the GMC Hospital Jammu but the doctors did not attend me and I was asked to leave the hospital. I am a labourer and whatever I had earned in a day I have already spent on my X-ray and CT scan. I have no money left. Where should I go,” he asked. »

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Srinagar, May 31(KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir National Conference expressing concern over the existential threat has said the wanton discrimination meted out to locals has increased a sense of alienation and disenfranchisement among all sections of society across the territory.

Party Additional General Secretary Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal in a statement said, “A systematic plan of downsizing local bureaucrats is being pursued. This explains the reason behind widespread alienation among people in Jammu and Kashmir. The widespread administrative inertia, and unaccountably that has beset the entire region reveals the shoddy failure of the administration to rise up to people’s aspirations and requirements. It is a rare sight to spot a Kashmiri in higher administrative posts. Similar is the case with the people from Pirpanjal and, Chenab regions.” »

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India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a gathering in Ahmedabad [File: Amit Dave/Reuters]New Delhi, May 31 (KMS): Tribune News Service:The Congress on Sunday described the BJP government’s seven-year rule as one that inflicted pain and betrayed people’s aspirations by “failing to manage the Covid pandemic, securing the borders, controlling inflation, safeguarding farmers’ interests and handling the economy”.

Unveiling a seven-point “chargesheet” as the PM Narendra Modi-led government completed seven years in office, the Congress said, “Time has come to ask why a pseudo-nationalist government utterly failed to defend our borders and push back the Chinese from our territory.” »

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Srinagar, May 31(KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Peopled Democratic Party (PDP) President Mehbooba Mufti has directed the party office bearers to provide every possible help to people who are suffering due to lockdown.

Chairing a virtual meeting with party office bearers, she directed senior PDP leaders and party cadres to provide every possible help to people suffering due to lockdown.

Meanwhile, PDP Vice President Choudhary Abdul Hameed said that the administration had completely failed to meet the exigencies during the pandemic in Jammu and Kashmir. »

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GK File PhotoSrinagar, May 31 (KMS): Kashmiri students pursuing medical courses in different colleges and universities of Bangladesh are caught between a rock and a hard place as the country sealed its borders with India amid rise in Covid-19 cases.

While the borders of Bangladesh continue to remain sealed with India, the students are divided over the conduct of their final year exams.

A group of around 100 Kashmiri students who had come to Kashmir in the first week of April for unofficial vacation continue to remain stuck here due to the closure of borders. »

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