Troops mar­tyr two youth in oc­cu­pied Kash­mir In­dia snatch­ing Kash­miris’ land un­der dif­fer­ent garbs

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

over the as­ser­tions of the JBP lead­ers and said that such ir­re­spon­si­ble de­mands were in­dica­tive of mind­set of In­dian rul­ing party.

The Hur­riyet lead­ers added that In­dia, on one hand, is en­gaged in geno­cide of the Kash­miris for de­mand­ing their right to self de­ter­mi­na­tion guar­an­teed by the United Na­tions, while on the other, as­pires for mem­ber­ship of Nu­clear Sup­plier Group.

They also ap­pealed to Pak­istan to high­light more vig­or­ously at the In­ter­na­tional level the In­dian atroc­i­ties in oc­cu­pied Kash­mir.

Mean­while, Chief of Um­mat-e-Is­lami, Qazi Yasir, in a state­ment is­sued in Srinagar de­manded im­me­di­ate re­lease of youth ar­rested in Is­lam­abad, Qaimoh and other parts of the Val­ley.—KMS SRINAGAR—In­dian troops in their fresh act of state ter­ror­ism mar­tyred two Kash­miri youth in Pulwama dis­trict, to­day.

The troops killed the youth dur­ing a siege and search op­er­a­tion in Mal­wari Newa area of the dis­trict. Sev­eral peo­ple were in­jured when In­dian po­lice used brute force and fired pel­lets on protest demon­stra­tions against the killings in the area.

Peo­ple staged force­ful anti-In­dia demon­stra­tions in Is­lam­abad town on the sixth mar­tyr­dom anni- ver­sary of three teenagers killed by In­dian po­lice in Anchi­dora area dur­ing 2010 up­ris­ing. The pro­test­ers were car­ry­ing plac­ards and shout­ing pro-free­dom slo­gans. The lead­ers and ac­tivists of Tehreek-e-Hur­riyet, Demo­cratic Free­dom Party and Mus­lim League vis­ited the fam­i­lies of the mar­tyred youth and ex­pressed sol­i­dar­ity with them.

Tehreek-e-Hur­riyet Gen­eral Sec­re­tary Muham­mad Ashraf Sehrai ad­dress­ing a meet­ing in Badgam said that un­der a well­hatched con­spir­acy In­dia was snatch­ing land form the Kash­miris for es­tab­lish­ment of rail­way lines, army camps, colonies for Pan­dits and In­dian sol­diers and so-called In­dus­trial Pol­icy.

Eid gifts were dis­trib­uted among hun­dreds of par­ents, chil­dren and wives of mar­tyrs, po­lit­i­cal de­tainees and dis­ap­peared Kash­miris dur­ing a func­tion or­ga­nized by the Chair­man of Jammu and Kash­mir Sal­va­tion Move­ment, Za­far Ak­bar Butt, in Srinagar, to­day.

Mean­while, In­dian troops barged into the houses and sub­jected in­mates to tor­ture at Kul­pora in Kul­gam dis­trict. The troops also smashed win­dow­panes of two mosques in the vil­lage.

Hur­riyet lead­ers in their state­ments ap­pealed to the UN Sec­re­tary Gen­eral, Ban Ki-moon, to take cog­nizance of brazen and ir­re­spon­si­ble as­ser­tions made by the lead­ers of Bharatiya Janata Party against Pak­istan.—KMS

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