Jammu, July 09 (KMS): The Indian Ministry of Home Affairs has suspended a police officer, Basant Rathm posted in occupied Kashmir.

Basant Rath had filed a written complaint against the Director General of Police (DGP) Kashmir, Dilbag Singh, fearing the top cop poses a threat to his safety and reputation.

In his written complaint to the Station House Officer of Jammu’s Gandhi Nagar Police Station, Rath mentioned that while he was not asking authorities to file an FIR, they should make a note of his complaint in case something untoward happens to him.

“Requesting you to take note of my apprehension about my life, liberty and bald head, the reason being certain activities of Sh Dilbag Singh, IPS batch 1987 batch, presently DGP.” »

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Jammu, July 09 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) held a protest demonstration in Samba area of Jammu region against the anti-people policies of the Indian authorities.

The JKNPP activists led by its Chairman, Harsh Dev Singh, and General Secretary, Yash Paul Kundal, raised slogans against the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government in India and administration of the occupied territory. They sought immediate restoration of 4G mobile services besides rollback of increased taxes and cesses on petrol and diesel. The protesters also torched effigy of the BJP government. »

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London, July 09 (KMS): Civil society representative of UK, Ms Claire Bidwell along with her co-worker Jawad Qayyum has written a detailed letter to the world leaders of 25 important countries wherein she appealed them to impress upon India to release the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman Yasin Malik.

Claire Bidwell in her letter has narrated the facts that how India unlawfully arrests a peaceful, political and public leader like Yasin Malik in Kashmir. »

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Expresses grave concern over ongoing human rights violations

United Nations, July 09 (KMS): United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteurs have made public their third communication forwarded to India since August 5, 2019 when Narendra Modi-led fascist government repealed the special status of occupied Kashmir and placed it under military siege

In the communication, the UN expressed grave concern over excessive use of force by Indian troops and police personnel and ill treatment of the Kashmiris during arrests and detentions.

“We would like to bring to the attention of Your Excellency’s Government information we have received concerning the continued deterioration of human rights conditions in J&K following severe restrictions imposed after 5 August 2019, in particular citing arbitrary detentions, violations to the prohibition of torture and ill-treatment and rights of persons belonging to minorities,” the communication to the Modi government reads. »

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Srinagar, July 09 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the wife of illegally detained All Parties Hurriyat Conference leader and Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League, Muhammad Yasin Attai, has passed away in Badgam district.

Muhammad Yasin Attai’s wife was ill and departed at her home in Humhama area of the district.

Yasin Attai was arrested by the Indian authorities in August 2019 and was shifted to a jail in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. »

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Jammu, July 09 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) staged a protest demonstration in Jammu city against the new domicile rules introduced by the Narendra Modi-led fascist government.

A Dogra group, United Democratic Alliance (UDA), while rejecting the new domicile law demanded its immediate rollback. »

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New York, July 08 (KMS): Pakistan has called on the United Nations to include Hindutva fascism in its counter-terrorism endeavours, as its dystopian narrative, like other forms of violent supremacist movements, also fuels terrorism.

The demand was made by Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the world body, Munir Akram while speaking in a webinar on ‘the Global Scourge of Terrorism: Assessment of High-Risk Threats and Trends. »

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Srinagar, July 09 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, four more Covid-19 related deaths were reported, today, taking the fatality count due to the disease in the territory to 154.

A 65-year-old woman from Kulgam district died at Bemina Hospital in Srinagar this afternoon. Earlier, an 80-year-old woman from Srinagar district and a 60-year-old woman from Baramulla district died at SMHS Hospital in Srinagar, while a 70-year-old woman from Pulwama district breathed her last at Chest Disease in Srinagar. »

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New Delhi, July 09 (KMS): The researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have warned that India might record 2.87 lakh coronavirus cases per day by the end of winter 2021.

According to Kashmir Media Service, a study conducted by the researchers, Hazhir Rahmandad, TY Lim and John Sterman of MIT’s Sloan School of Management said that the world may witness 249 million cases and 1.8 million deaths by spring 2021 if there were no effective treatments or vaccination.

“In this paper, we build and estimate a multi-country model of the COVID-19 pandemic at a global scale,” the study authors wrote. »

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Islamabad, July 08 (KMS): Chairman Kashmir Committee Shehryar Afridi has said India is trying to instigate the entire globe by initiating anti-humanity policies repugnant to the fundamental human rights.

Addressing a conference in Islamabad on ‘New Domicile Law in Occupied Kashmir’, he said the world community should take notice of Modi’s fascist policies in the held valley. »

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