Army Reaffirms Pakistan’s Support To Kashmiris’ Indigenous Freedom Struggle
Pakistan Army has reaffirmed its commitment to Pakistan’s support of the indigenous freedom struggle of brave Kashmiris as per relevant UN resolutions and aspirations of the people of Kashmir. The reaffirmation was made during the 255th Corps Commanders’ Conference presided over by Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Syed Asim Munir, at General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi. The conference took notice of human rights violations by Indian troops in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir and Indian design to alter the demographic composition of the territory. At the conference, the participants were briefed in detail about prevailing and emerging threats, the situation in IIOJK, and ongoing intelligence-based operations being undertaken by Army and law enforcement agencies (LEAs) for breaking the nexus between terrorists and their support mechanism across the country.
Indian Troops Martyr 10 Kashmiris During Last Month In IIOJK
Indian troops in their unabated acts of state terrorism martyred 10 Kashmiris including 2 young boys and a woman during the outgoing month of January. According to the data released by the Research Section of Kashmir Media Service, today, of those killed, 4 youth were martyred in two fake encounters. The killings by the troops rendered 3 women widowed and 4 children orphaned. During the period, 15 youth were critically injured due to the use of brute force by the Indian Army, police, and paramilitary personnel and blasts in the territory. Indian forces’ personnel during house raids arrested 137 civilians, mostly political activists, youth, and students, and most of them were booked under black laws like the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and Public Safety Act during the month.
'Kashmir Issue Still On UN Charter'
The Secretary General of the United Nations has repeatedly reiterated that the issue of Kashmir is still on the charter of the United Nations and he is concerned about the violation of human rights in Occupied Kashmir. These views were expressed today by the United Nations Assistant Secretary for Political and Peace Affairs Mohamed Khaled Khiari and the United Nations Assistant Secretary for Human Rights Commission Ilze Brands Kehris in a detailed meeting with President Azad Jammu and Kashmir Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry in New York. President Azad Jammu and Kashmir said that United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres should speed up his efforts to resolve the Kashmir issue because India has started large-scale changes in Occupied Kashmir since 5 August 2019. On this occasion, Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry gave a detailed briefing to the top officials of the United Nations on the issue of Kashmir and the latest situation in occupied Kashmir.
Indian Police Arrest Four Kashmiri Youth In Ahmedabad
The police in the Indian state of Gujarat have arrested four innocent Kashmiri youth. The youth were arrested by a team from the Crime Branch of Indian police and local police near a Stadium in the Motera area of Ahmedabad city. Deputy Commissioner of Crime Branch, Chetainya Mandlik, told the media that the four youth, all of whom are from the Badgam area of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, are being interrogated about their presence in Ahmedabad. The families of the youth told the media that they are innocent and Indian police are trying to implicate them in false cases.
AP’s ‘Disputed Kashmir’ Narrative Goes Well In IIOJK
In what total rejection of India’s self-styled claim on Kashmir, a story by the US news agency Associated Press has emphatically used the word “disputed” for Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir while covering India’s opposition Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi’s march. The story titled “Indian opposition’s ‘unity march’ ends in disputed Kashmir” runs on Yahoo search engine as: “India’s main opposition Congress party ended a five-month cross-country “unity march” in disputed Kashmir on Monday with hundreds of members of various opposition groups joining in a public rally in freezing temperatures.” Then the news agency gives the details of the march led by Rahul Gandhi. The AP wrote: “He (Rahul Gandhi) set a conciliatory tone in Kashmir, where New Delhi in 2019 ended the region’s semi-autonomy and took direct control of it amid a widespread crackdown and communication blackout.”
Today's Social Media Theme
- There can be no permanent peace in South Asia without a just settlement of the Kashmir dispute
- Regional peace is hinged on the settlement of the Kashmir dispute as per the will of the Kashmiri people
- India has been impeding the way for a just solution to the Kashmir dispute for the last over 7 decades
- Modi regime can’t suppress the Kashmiris’ struggle to secure their inalienable right to self-determination
- Kashmiris have the right to seek the resolution of the Kashmir dispute as per their wishes & aspirations
- India must remember that its policy of repression is bound to fail in IIOJK
- Peace in South Asia in particular & the world in general is at stake due to India’s intransigence
- UN must play its rightful role to help resolve the lingering Kashmir dispute as per its resolutions
- The world has a responsibility towards helping resolve the Kashmir dispute for long-term peace in South Asia
- India must be clearly told to fulfill its pledges made before the UN to resolve the Kashmir dispute