Report on January 16, 2023

Forceful Protests Against Another Death In Police Custody In IIOJK

In IIOJK, the martyrdom of another innocent youth in the custody of Indian police has triggered anti-India protest demonstrations in the Rajouri district. The incident took place in the Kalakot area of the district. Family members of the youth and villagers kept the dead body in the middle of the road at Solki and blocked it for about six hours against the custodial death. The protesters demanded action against the jail authorities. There were serious torture marks over the entire body of the slain youth.

Continued House Detention of Mirwaiz Denounced

Anjuman Auqaf Jamia Masjid, Srinagar, has strongly condemned the continued house arrest of its chief, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, in Srinagar. In a statement in Srinagar, the Anjuman said Mirwaiz continues to remain under illegal and arbitrary house detention for the past three and a half years due to which he has not been able to fulfill his religious and political obligations. The Anjuman reiterated its demand to the authorities to set its chief free so that he could perform his religious, political, and social obligations.

In IIOJK, Pro-Pakistan Slogans Raised During Protest In Rajouri District

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, people raised pro-Pakistan slogans during a protest demonstration against the anti-people policies of the authorities at the Taryath Tehsil of Rajouri district. It is noteworthy that the Jammu region, especially the Rajouri district, is currently being targeted by the Indian forces where Muslims are being brutally targeted for demanding the right to self-determination. Raising slogans in favor of Pakistan despite the heavy presence of forces and brutal siege and search operations shows the Kashmiris’ deep love for Pakistan.

APHC Leaders Call For Shutdown To Mark Gawkadal Massacre On January 21

The All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) has called for a shutdown in Civil Lines and adjoining areas on January 21 to commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the Gawkadal massacre. In a statement in Srinagar, APHC leader Engineer Hilal Ahmad War paid tributes to the martyrs of Gawkadal saying Indian forces carried out the mass massacre after the inception of the struggle for the Right to Self-determination. He said 52 innocent and unarmed civilians were martyred in cold blood and 250 were seriously injured by bullets when Indian forces under a well-thought-out plan opened indiscriminate firing on civilians on January 21 in 1990.

IIOJK Journalist Completes One Year Illegal Detention Under PSA

In IIOJK, Sajad Gul, a Kashmiri journalist from Bandipora who was booked under the draconian Public Safety Act last year, has completed one year of illegal detention. On January 10, 2022, Sajad, a journalism student at the Central University of Kashmir was arrested in the wake of multiple raids by the Indian troops on his house. Fed up with frequent raids, Sajad handed himself over to the police. He is currently lodged at Uttar Pradesh’s central jail, India. Sajad was booked under the 120B (party to criminal conspiracy), 153B (imputations, assertions prejudicial to national integration), and 505B (fear or alarm to the public) sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

Authorities Martyred Elderly Under-Trial Prisoner After He Was Tortured In Jail

The authorities have martyred an elderly under-trial prisoner after he was tortured in Kupwara jail. 75-year-old under-trial prisoner Mohammad Maqbool Khan has been in the district jail of Kupwara since August 2022 and his three sons are also under custody in a false case lodged in a police station against them. Indian police claimed that the 75-year-old under-trial prisoner, Mohammad Maqbool Khan, fell severely ill on the night of Tuesday and Wednesday and was taken to the sub-divisional hospital Kupwara where he died.

India Plans Housing Colony For Army Personnel In Heart Of Jammu City

India in continuous violation of international laws and conventions has planned a housing colony for serving and retired army officers, soldiers and their families in the heart of Jammu city of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The plan for creating the housing colony in the winter capital has been devised by the Indian Army Welfare Housing Organisation (AWHO). The dwellers would be issued the IIOJK’s domicile as per new domicile laws introduced by the Modi regime after the abrogation of special status Jammu and Kashmir in August 2019.

Today,s Social Media Theme

  • India is continuously violating international laws and conventions in IIOJK
  • Modi regime revoked J&K’s special status in blatant violation of established principles of international law
  • India is violating international laws by depriving Kashmiris of all basic rights 
  • India is violating international laws by bringing demographic changes in IIOJK 
  • India is preventing Kashmiris from exercising their universally recognized right to self-determination
  • India is legally bound to recognize the right to self-determination of the people of J&K
  • Indian actions in IIOJK can well be defined as genocide, crimes against humanity & war crimes as per int’l law
  • UN must implement its own resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir 
  • UN must place sanctions on India for violating international laws in IIOJK
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