CNS reports from Indian occupied Kashmir
Srinagar: While terming the 27 October as black day and the day of mourning for the Kashmiris, Joint resistance leaders comprising of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik called for complete shutdown on Friday October 27, 2017.
JRL said, “71 years back India without any constitutional and moral justifications forcibly occupied the state of Jammu & Kashmir on the same day and since then Indian forces are mercilessly killing innocent and unarmed Kashmiris, vandalizing their properties and are involved in sexual assault on women.
JRL said, “27 October 1947 is an unfortunate day for the Kashmiris when we were deprived of our freedom and liberty and India against the wishes of the people landed its troops here.
“The people of the Jammu & Kashmir were neither asked for their viewpoint about this forced occupation and nor are their wishes and aspirations being respected even today, “said JRL.
While terming the accession of Maharaja Hari Singh with India as controversial, unreliable and undemocratic, the pro-freedom leaders said, that experts on historical events raise several important queries about its authenticity and over its occurrence and moreover late Maharaja had no such mandate from the people of the state.
Who had given this authority to an individual that a person will decide the future destiny of people of state on his own and that too at an occasion when people stood against him and rebelled against his autocratic rule, asked JRL and added he had no authority to sign accession as he while fleeing from Srinagar stayed at Jammu.”
“The Indian National Congress had at that time adopted a policy about these princely states that the decision regarding to the future of these states will not be taken by the Maharajas or kings but it is the sole right of the people of the states and they will be asked for their political aspirations.
Although the ruling elite and kings in Hyderabad and Junagarh wanted to merge their states with Pakistan but India forcibility landed its army, claiming that it is against the principles of partition and the wishes of the people but the same rulers of India with regards to J&K adopted the policies contrary to this and occupied state against the wishes and aspirations of its people,” JRL said.
The JRL said that since then the occupational forces are unleashing atrocities and cruelties upon Kashmiri nation to supress the peaceful voices and till now more than six lakh people had been killed by these brute forces, ten thousand innocent people killed in custody and equal number subjected to forced custodial disappearance.
Seven thousand unknown people are buried in unmarked graves and their identity is not being divulged, said JRL in their statement.
7500 women were molested or sexually assaulted, said JRL and rape has been used as a war weapon against women in Kashmir.
They said that inhuman laws like Disturbed Arear Act, AFSPA and Public Safety Act are in force and added that police and forces enjoy free hand to perpetrate atrocities.
Pro-freedom leaders are being denied their political space, said JRL and added that they are detained and restrictions imposed on them.
JRL said that as people are observing 27th October as black day and it will convey a message to global community that they are resisting and resenting the forced occupation and will continue till the last solider leaves the state and added that it also illustrates their wish that they will not accept anything less than freedom.(CNS)
Observe Oct 27 as Black Day
‘Dialogue process started by India a big joke: Salahuddin
Srinagar: United Jihad Council chief, Syed Salahuddin while calling for a complete strike on October 27, to protest the landing of Indian army in Kashmir, Wednesday made it clear that they are not against any dialogue process but the dialogue should be tripartite and in the light of UN resolutions.
As per a statement issued to news agency CNS, Salahuddin, according to UJC spokesman, Syed Sadaqat Hussain, while addressing a meeting of Council, said that “on October 27, 1947, Indian army forcefully occupied Kashmir and people of Kashmir are resisting the control since last 68 years.”
Spokesman quoted UJC chief as having said that India has violated all rights of the people of and the People of Kashmir has never accepted the ‘illegal occupation of India.’
“On October 27, 1947 Indian troops entered Kashmir and it was blackest day in the history of Kashmir. Kashmiris didn’t accept subjugation and are continuously raise their voice against it. Since then 5 lakh Kashmiris have sacrificed their lives for liberation of their homeland.”
He said the use of force has not succeeded to subdue Kashmiris. “We are not against the dialogue but the dialogue bugle announced by India is a big joke. Kashmir is neither a territorial dispute between two countries nor an internal issue of any country. The fate of over one Crore forty lakh souls are attached to it,” he said.
Syed Salahuddin appealed Pakistan to be proactive on political and diplomatic front and make world aware about the human rights violations committed by India in Kashmir.
During the meeting, the participants condemned the arrest of the son of Syed Salahuddin and said that innocents are being framed in fabricated cases. During the meeting rich tributes were paid to those who lost their lives for sake of ongoing freedom movement. (CNS)
Talking to interlocutor a ‘futile exercise’, says Al-Umar Mujhadeen
Srinagar: Militant outfit Al-Umar Mujhadeen has termed the appointment of interlocutor by Government of India as a ‘futile exercise’ and has said that any interaction with New Delhi interlocutor will be wastage of time.
Al-Umar Mujhadeen Chief, Mushtaq Ahmed Zargar told news agency CNS that from past 70 years India has been befooling people of Kashmir in the name of dialogue. He said history is testimony to this fact that India was never sincere in resolving the Kashmir issue amicably.
“I want to ask those who are hailing New Delhi’s decision that what happened to those reports submitted by interlocutors from time to time with regard to Kashmir issue. The Indian move is aimed at to buy time,” Zargar said and added that armed struggle against India is the only option to free Kashmir from New Delhi’s yoke. (CNS)