Hin­dus be­ing armed against Kisht­war Mus­lims

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

SRINAGAR—The dis­tri­bu­tion of weapons on a large scale to Hindu zealots in Kisht­war dis­trict, no­to­ri­ous for be­ing the cen­ter of In­dian army-backed killer gang Vil­lage De­fence Com­mit­tees, be­trays ter­ri­ble de­signs of RSS-backed In­dian gov­ern­ment and its lo­cal col­lab­o­ra­tors against Mus­lims in Jammu re­gion.

The dis­clo­sure was made none other than the pup­pet Chief Min­is­ter, Me­hbooba Mufti, dur­ing her writ­ten re­ply to a ques­tion in the so-called Kash­mir As­sem­bly.

Me­hbooba Mufti who also holds the port­fo­lio of the so-called Home Min­is­ter of the ter­ri­tory in­formed the house that 30,872 gun li­censes amount­ing to 41 per cent of the to­tal li­censes is­sued in the en­tire ter­ri­tory were is­sued in the dis­trict dur­ing the past two years.—KMS

MUZAF­FARABAD: The wa­ter sup­ply line of Muzaf­farabad city devel­op­ment Project (MCDP) has been oblit­er­ate from three points dur­ing test­ing. Ac­cord­ing to the de­tails, faulty ma­te­rial was used in the con­struc­tion of line as well as no tech­ni­cal fa­cil­ity was given to it. Due to which, de­spite of Chief Sec­re­tary’s or­der, the project worth bil­lion of ru­pees has not been made func­tional yet.

Chief sec­re­tary, dur­ing his visit to en­tire city be­fore a week, is­sued the or­ders to over­come the de­fi­ciency of wa­ter from city through pro­vi­sion of wa­ter from wa­ter treat­ment plant to cit­i­zens with in one day. He or­dered elec­tric­ity depart­ment to pro­vide de­manded volt­age of elec­tric­ity to wa­ter treat­ment board im­me­di­ately. But de­spite the or­ders, nor the volt­age was pro­vide to wa­ter treat­ment plant nei­ther the plant could be made func­tional. Be­cause the line was in obliter- Our Cor­re­spon­dent

MUZAF­FARABAD: Youth Fo­rum for Kash­mir on Tues­day con­demned the crack­down against Hur­riyat lead­ers in In­dian-ad­min­is­tered Kash­mir ahead of Eid ul Fitr. “Th­ese ac­tions are an at­tempt by the

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