Jammu, August 08 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Anjum-e-Imamia, Jammu, as well as the family of the youth shot dead by the personnel of Indian Central Reserve Police Force at former puppet Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah’s residence in Jammu have demanded registration of case against the killer troops.

Anjum-e-Imamia, Jammu, in a statement issued in Jammu asked for a fair probe into the killing of the youth at Farooq Abdullah’s Bathindi residence, a few days back. The demand was raised at a meeting of the Anjum-e-Imamia at the shrine of Peer Mitha. »

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Srinagar, August 08 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Human Rights Commission of the territory has raised questions over the manner Indian police applied the draconian Public Safety Act (PSA for preventive detention of a person without trial for six months to one year.

Hearing an application on the detention of Assadullah Parray, a leader of Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League and resident of Hajin in Bandipora district, the Commission Chairman Justice (retd) Bilal Nazki said that the report filed by SSP Bandipora made an “interesting reading”. According to the report, Parray’s detention under the PSA was quashed by the High Court on 16 December 2017 but he was arrested again under various FIRs registered against him in 2016. »

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Is move attempt to cope with possible revolt in police ranks?

Srinagar, August 08 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the presence of police officers from the Kashmir Valley at key district-level positions in the territory, especially in the Valley, is witnessing a sharp decline since the recent past.

The transfers effected by the Home Department of the occupied territory on Monday triggered fears among local officers that they would be dumped to insignificant positions in coming days.

“Are we not competent enough to handle crucial assignments? How can officers with four to five years of experience handle crucial and sensitive districts in Kashmir? It is sheer injustice,” a group of police officers told media in Srinagar. »

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Srinagar, August 08 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, fed up with violent attitude of Indian occupational forces and day-to-day cordon and search operations, five persons on an average go missing every day in the territory.

This was revealed in the data compiled by the Crime Branch of local police. The data stated that from January to May 2018, a total of 889 people went missing in occupied Kashmir. Of these, 780 missing persons fall in the age group of 18-60 years and 109 in the age group of 0-18 years, it said. »

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Condemns shifting of Aasiya Andrabi to Tihar jail

Srinagar, August 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik has paid rich tributes to martyr Syed Irfanul Hassan Shah on his martyrdom day today.

Muhammad Yasin Malik while remembering Syed Irfanul Hassan Shah in a statement said that the martyr strived for the freedom of Jammu and Kashmir from his early youth and sacrificed his life for the sacred cause. He said no Kashmiri can ever forget the sacrifices rendered by these great martyrs and it is the duty of every Kashmiri to remain vigilant and connected to the struggle that is nourished by the sacred blood of great martyrs. »

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Shutdown in Shopian on 4th day today

 Srinagar, August 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred two more Kashmiri youth in Bandipora district, today.

The troops killed the youth during a violent cordon and search operation at Govind in Gurez area of Bandipore district. Earlier, four Indian army men including a Major were killed in an attack on a patrolling party of the army in the area. The killed army men were identified as Major KP Rane, Havaldar Jamie Singh, Havaldar Vikramjeet and rifleman Mandeep of Indian Army’s 36 Rashtriya Rifles. »

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Srinagar, August 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, unknown gunmen on Tuesday evening shot and injured an Indian Special Police Officer (SPO) in Tral area of Pulwama district.

Reports said that SPO was injured when he was fired by unknown gunmen in Pastuna village of the district. »

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New Delhi, August 07 (KMS): A 14-member team of lawyers from High Court Bar Association of occupied Kashmir (HCBA) was present to argue its application for intervention in a petition seeking abrogation of Article 35-A of the Indian Constitution when it came before the Indian Supreme Court for hearing.

Besides the intervention application moved by the HCBA, 12 other applications seeking intervention were listed before the bench on Monday. The bench, however, listed a case along with applications in the week commencing August 27. »

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Srinagar, August 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, representatives of trade and businesses community have said that they will chalk out a strategy in consultation with the Joint Resistance Leadership to thwart Indian efforts for abrogation of Article 35-A.

Several representatives of Kashmir-based trade bodies who hit the streets protesting the onslaught on the special status of Jammu and Kashmir in a statement in Srinagar said that they were ready to adhere to any programme announced by the JRL to protect special status of the territory. »

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Srinagar, August 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) has made it clear that abrogation of or amendment to Article 35-A of the Indian Constitution will not be acceptable to the people of Jammu and Kashmir at any cost.

The JI in a statement issued in Srinagar said, the communalist government of India led by Hindutva forces will never be allowed to create a Palestine-like situation in Jammu and Kashmir. “India has devised a vicious plan under the patronage of Zionist regime to forcibly occupy the land of the local residents and make them homeless in their own native land,” it said. »

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