India issues “eviction notices” to residents of IIOJK
By KMSTuesday – December 8, 2020
According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), the locals told media that the authorities had started demolishing their houses and chopping down apple trees in Branwar, Kanidajan and several other areas of the district.
The residents including a 108 years old woman said that they had been living there for generations, and will not leave the areas even if they were killed by the Modi government.
It goes without saying that driven by Hindutva mindset, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) backed Indian government is working on an Israeli plan to change the demography of the occupied territory by settling Indian army officers, soldiers and Hindus from India on the forcibly vacated land in IIOJK.
Meanwhile, All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) general secretary Molvi Bashir Ahmad in a statement, in Srinagar, urged the international community to take notice of the ongoing Indian State terrorism in the occupied territory.
He asked the united nations (UN) to hold referendum in Jammu and Kashmir as per its security council (UNSC) resolutions to avert killings in the occupied territory.
A senior Hurriyat leader Abdul Ghani Butt addressing a function in Sopore stressed the need for settlement of Kashmir dispute for restoration of peace and prosperity in South Asia.
He said that Kashmir was an internationally accepted dispute and so-called elections had no impact on its disputed status.
He urged India and Pakistan to initiate a dialogue process to resolve the Kashmir dispute for better future of the world.
Gujjar Pahari Democratic Forum (GPDF) chairman Chaudhry Shaheen Iqbal in a statement said that the Kashmiris stand by their Sikh brothers and farmers who are struggling for their rights in India.
The students of Cluster University of Kashmir (CUoK) staged a protest demonstration at press enclave in Srinagar against the internet gag.
They said the military siege imposed by India after abrogation of article 370 on August 5, 2019, had already wasted their precious one and a half year and now slow internet is negatively affecting their studies.
A report released by KMS, said that India was deliberately prolonging illegal detention of Kashmiri prisoners for their pro-freedom beliefs.
It said that New Delhi arrested over 13,000 Kashmiris since August, last year.
The report maintained that India in violation of Geneva convention on prisoners’ rights is making arrests in IIOJK to break the Kashmiris’ resolve for freedom.
Meanwhile, a teenage boy was found dead under mysterious circumstances in Manzgam area of Kulgam district.
Separately, the Indian police arrested three Kashmiri youth in New Delhi.