North and South IIOJK comes under the grab of CASOs

Tuesday – November 10, 2020
SRINAGAR (India): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), Indian troops launched cordon and search operations (CASOs) in different areas of north and south IIOJK.

According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), the troops sealed all entry and exit points in Bomai area of Sopore and launched the operation. The house-to-house search operations were going on till last reports came in.

The troops also conducted search operations in several areas of Kupwara, Baramulla, Pulwama and Kulgam districts.

Separately, a civilian died in police custody, in IIOJK’s Islamabad district.

The detained youth Shahzad Ahmad was in custody since one year. He died in the police custody in Mattan jail, Islamabad.

Meanwhile, people took to streets against the anti-people policies of Modi-led Indian establishment, at Fruit Mandi in Sopore.

The protesters said that Indian government was playing with their business by closing Srinagar-Jammu highway for public transport since long time. They said that their apple crop was bound to parish due to the closure of the highway.

Furthermore, an Indian army major was found dead in its camp in Rajouri, on Monday.

Separately, in order to speed up the process of demographic change, the Narendra Modi-led fascist Indian government has identified at many places more land for establishment of camps and colonies for its forces and government employees.

Revenue officials have marked over 500 kanals of land just in Chitterhama and Khimber highlands of Srinagar for central reserve police force (CRPF) personnel.

The locals told media that they forcibly snatched land which composed of meadows and pastures, meant for grazing of their animals.

The Indian paramilitary military wants to establish such colonies at 20 places in all districts of IIOJK Valley and 9 in the Jammu region.

After the fresh amendments to the land laws, Indian army and its paramilitary forces can grab any land by simply marking it as “strategic”.

Then the deputy commissioner of the relevant district is bound to allot it to the forces.

The Modi government also confirmed that work for the construction of 6,000 flats for the ‘migrant’ government employees, recruited under the so-called prime minister’s (PM) package, was in progress in the occupied territory.

Senior officials of the revenue department, who did not want to be named, said that the CRPF establishment has sought land in entire Jammu and Kashmir for establishment of permanent camps for their forces as they have been deployed here and need to build better infrastructure for their troops.

Reports from Delhi said that a meeting was held in the Indian home ministry wherein India’s national security advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval and the Indian administration in IIOJK was asked to identify and transfer land to CRPF as soon as possible for the establishment of battalion camping sites (BCSs) in both regions of the occupied territory.

The Indian paramilitary establishment wants to establish such locations at 20 places in all the districts of IIOJK and have requested for 9 locations in the Jammu region.

A senior official said that in the battalion headquarters, the CRPF has the proposal to provide family accommodation or holiday homes for their forces’ families.

With the latest amendments to the land laws, CRPF, border security force (BSF) and other paramilitary forces do not need to go through a process of sending requests to the administration as they can acquire the land with the simple procedure of identifying it as “strategic” and get its possession from the deputy commissioner of the district concerned.

Even the Indian army can identify any land as “strategic” and get it transferred to them.