CASOS, Frisking Continue In IIOJK
Indian troops, police, and paramilitary personnel continue their cordon and search operations in several areas of the Jammu region and Kashmir Valley. According to Kashmir Media Service, the cordon and search operations led by Indian Army and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel continue on 18th day, today, in different villages of Rajouri, Poonch and Reasi districts. Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Rajouri, Mohammad Aslam, said aggressive operations are going on in the Rajouri district and even remote villages located at the boundary of the Rajouri and Reasi districts are under cordon.
Shabbir Shah Urges World to Play Role in Resolving Kashmir Dispute
A detained senior leader of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Shabbir Ahmed Shah has urged the world community to play its role in resolving the Kashmir dispute as per UN resolutions. In his message from Tihar Jail, he said Kashmiris are facing a serious existential threat under India’s fascist government that seeks to control by hook or by crook the people of occupied territory. He said until and unless the Kashmir dispute is resolved peace and stability will remain elusive in the region. Shabbir Shah said the eviction of Kashmiris from their lands is part of the Modi regime’s campaign to bring about demographic change in Kashmir by settling outsiders across the Jammu region and in different parts of the Valley.
Modi Snatching Properties Of Muslims, Dalits in Jammu Region: APHC
The All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) has said that the BJP-led regime of Narendra Modi is snatching the properties of Muslims and Dalits in the Jammu region. In their statements in Srinagar and Jammu, APHC leaders Ghulam Muhammad Khan Sopori, Davinder Singh Behal, and others said, the Hindutva regime is conspiring to root out Muslims and Dalits from the Jammu region. They said the hidden agenda of Hindutva organizations under the umbrella of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is to thrust Hindu fascism in the Muslim majority Jammu and Kashmir.
Custodial Disappearance: Demo In Srinagar to Seek Whereabouts of Youth
In IIOJK, scores of people held a protest demonstration in Srinagar seeking the whereabouts of a youth who went missing in Indian Army custody a month ago. The protest was led by Khera Begum, the mother of Abdul Rashid Dar from the Kunanposhpora area of Kupwara, at Lal Chowk in Srinagar along with some social activists and politicians, demanding the authorities reveal the whereabouts of the missing youth. Khera Begum is around 65 years old and from the Kunanposhpora area of Kupwara which is around 100 kilometers north of Srinagar. Amid the chill of the winter as the temperatures dropped to sub-zero, she along with a dozen relatives reached Srinagar in a bus.
Talks With India Not Possible Until Revocation Of J&K’s Status: Analysts
Dr A.Z. Hilali (IR Expert)
The foreign policy and diplomacy of Pakistan depend upon how we promote and manage our relationship with the world powers as well as the regional countries. One of Pakistan’s main foreign policy priorities is to maintain peace and stability in the region and maintained relations with India. The recent statement of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif about possible talks between both of the countries is very positive and can only happen after India reverses its illegal action of 5th August 2019 in occupied Kashmir. India on the other hand is being governed by a different mindset of religious extremism and heart-core hatred of Muslims. The Indian government led by BJP leadership is promoting this hatred as a part of their policy which is being reflected in their followers. The talks between the two countries are largely in the interest of the whole region. The Kashmir issue has now been internationalized, as United Nations have passed its resolution on the atrocities of the Kashmiri and Palestinian people. Therefore, the Kashmir issue should be resolved on a priority basis and that can’t happen without talks between India and Pakistan.
Najam-ud-Din Sheikh (Former Ambassador)
The negotiations talks between Pakistan and India are not out of the window, but these talks cannot be conclusive until the Indian government led by fascist Modi changes its stance and policies about occupying Kashmir. Modi government is committing the worst type of atrocities in IIOJ&K. It is the responsibility of the United Nations and other big powers to come forward and implement its resolution of the right of self-determination in the region. India should realize that the whole region is suffering due to its arrogant behavior. India must reciprocate Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s offer of dialogue.
Today,s Social Media Theme
- Indian troops are continuously engaged in killing Kashmiri youth in fake encounters
- 2 more Kashmiri youth were killed in a fake encounter in Budgam town on Tuesday
- Budgam fake encounter is a reflection of the culture of impunity under which Indian troops are operating in IIOJK
- Killing Kashmiris extrajudicially has been a regular feature of Indian troops in IIOJK
- Over 7 thousand Kashmiris have been killed in fake encounters & custody in the last 33 years in IIOJK
- Indian troops are killing youth in IIOJK in fake encounters for rewards & promotions
- Killing Kashmiris in fake encounters is a policy of the fascist Modi regime
- The killing of Kashmiri youth in fake encounters is a blatant violation of the UN Charter
- India must be held accountable for its brutalities in IIOJK