17 Killed as Militants Attack Army Camp in Occupied Kashmir


17 Killed in a Militant attack in Occupied KashmirJNN 07 Dec 2014 Srinagar : At least eight army troops including a lieutenant colonel and a junior commanding officer, three policemen were killed after a group of six militants carried out a fidayeen attack on 31-Field Regiment in Mohura area in Uri of Baramulla district in north Kashmir at about 3.30 am.

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Ashura commemorated in Occupied Kashmir defying strict restriction Imposed by Indian Govt.


Ashura Procession in Indian Occupied KashmirJNN 21 Nov 2013 Srinagar : Even as the government authorities imposed stringent restrictions in Kashmir’s capital city Srinagar to prevent Shia Muslims from commemorating Ashura, The Brave Shia Men ignoring every restriction took to the streets and the mourning processions were held across Indian-Controlled Kashmir, the only Muslim Majority state in India. Continue reading

Curfew and Unrest continues in Shopian after killing of four Kashmiri Youth by the Indian Para Military Troops


5 Killed by the Indian Para Military Troops in Kashmir

JNN 9th Sept 2013 Sri Nagar : Protests have erupted in the Indian-administered Kashmir after at least five people were killed and a dozen were injured by Indian paramilitary troops, Curfew continues in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir for the third day on Monday

Security sources said the shootout took place in the Shopian district, situated about 50 kilometers (30 miles) south of Srinagar, the main city in the Indian-administered Kashmir, on Saturday.

According to Indian security forces the shooting was aimed at repulsing an alleged militant attack. Witnesses and locals, however, refused the claim, saying that Indian troops opened fire unprovoked. The shooting incident left at least a dozen people injured mostly with wounds in their stomach.

Later in the day, hundreds of people took to the streets in Shopian district to voice their resentment over the shooting with police firing tear gas and using batons to disperse the crowds.

Meanwhile, at least nine people, including five policemen and two members of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), sustained injuries in a grenade attack in Kashmir on Saturday.

Police said the attack happened in Pulwama town, situated about 35 kilometers (21 miles) south of Srinagar.

Locals said the attack created panic in the town. Contingents of police and CRPF rushed to the site soon after the attack, and an investigation is underway.

Curfew continues in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir for the third day on Monday after the killing of four people resulted in violence. Three of them were identified as locals. Shops and business establishments were shut and public transport remained off roads. However, private cars were seen plying in the city, official sources said. Security forces were deployed in strength in the city to maintain law and order, they said.

The CRPF, who shot at the civilians claimed that six youths had come to attack their camp. They said that they recovered pistols and grenades. Authorities are probing the reasons of the killing and the CRPF too has ordered a court of inquiry. The locals allege the youth were killed in unprovoked firing by the security forces. Both factions of Hurriyat Conference and JKLF called for a general strike today to protest the killings. JKLF chairman Yasin Malik was also detained near his Maisuma residence here as he tried to take out a protest march along with his associates. Curfew has been imposed in areas under police station Maisuma, the sources said. Separatist leaders in the valley have given out a bandh call protesting the killing.

Kashmir lies at the heart of more than 60 years of hostility between India and Pakistan. Both countries claim the region in full but each only has control over a section of the territory.

Over the past two decades, the conflict in Kashmir has left over 47,000 people dead by the official count, although other sources say the death toll could be as high as 90,000.

 

Hindu – Muslim Riots on the Ocassion of Eid Ul Fitr in Indian Occupied Kashmir , Curfew Imposed, Mobile & Internet Services Suspended


Indian Occupied Kashmir Under Curfew after Hindu Muslims Riots , 10 Aug 2013JNN 11 Aug 2013 SRINAGAR — Fresh clashes erupted across Kishtwar and other districts of Indian- controlled Kashmir between Hindu and Muslim groups, forcing authorities to extend curfew to these areas on Sunday, police said. Continue reading

HRW Condemn the Killing of 6 Muslims Protesting the Desacration of Holy Quran By BSF in Indian occupied Kashmir


Indian BSF Kills 6 Kashmiri MuslimsJNN 22 July 2013 Delhi : Human Rights Watch has condemned the killing of protesters by security forces in Indian-administered Kashmir, saying the country should designate an independent commission to investigate the incident. Continue reading

Senior Shia Cleric demand’s Lifting ban on Muharram processions in Indian Held Kashmir


JNN 16 Nov 2012 Srinagar: As the Muslim calendar has entered another New Year, Patron, Pairwan-e-Villayat, Moulana Sibti Mohammad Shabir Qumi has appealed to the Muslims to strengthen the bond of brotherhood. And demanded the Indian Government to Lift the Unjustified Ban on the Muharram Processions In Srinagar . Continue reading

Senior Shia Cleric demand's Lifting ban on Muharram processions in Indian Held Kashmir


JNN 16 Nov 2012 Srinagar: As the Muslim calendar has entered another New Year, Patron, Pairwan-e-Villayat, Moulana Sibti Mohammad Shabir Qumi has appealed to the Muslims to strengthen the bond of brotherhood. And demanded the Indian Government to Lift the Unjustified Ban on the Muharram Processions In Srinagar . Continue reading

JKLF forms Shia-Sunni Coordination Committee


JNN 15 Dec 2010 : A Shia-Sunni coordination committee to promote unity among Muslims and ensure the smooth conduct of Muharram programs met in central Srinagar under the JKLF chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, on Tuesday.

Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) formed Shia-Sunni Corrdination Committee to promote unity among Muslims in Kashmir.

Representatives of the Jama’at-e-Islami, Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen, Awami Action Committee, Anjuman-e-Shara’ee, Shiayan, National Peoples Party and Muslim League were among those who attended the meeting.

The panel made a forceful appeal to the Muslim community in Kashmir to maintain unity and amity, and to refrain from acts that encourage nefarious elements in their unholy designs.

It appealed to clerics of both sects to stress on unity during their sermons.