Indian troops Martyr one more Youth in IIOJK

Jammu, June 02 (KMS): Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred one more youth in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, today.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the troops martyred the youth in a fake encounter during a cordon and search operation in Dassal Mehari area of Rajouri district of Jammu region. The operation was going on till reports last came in. The troops martyred one youth during a similar operation in Mangu Chak area of Samba district of Jammu, yesterday.

The Special Investigation Unit of Indian police attached an under construction residential house of a Hurriyat activist, Muhammad Ishaq Malik, at Danwathpora in Kokernag area of South Kashmir’s Islamabad district. India’s dreaded National Investigation Agency and SIU have so far attached the headquarters of All Parties Hurriyat Conference in Srinagar and several houses and properties belonging to pro-freedom leaders and organizations including the Jamaat-e-Islami across IIOJK. The occupation authorities have also demolished many residential houses, shops, shopping complexes and other properties in the occupied territory. The actions were aimed at punishing these people and organizations for their role in the ongoing freedom movement.

Meanwhile, people staged a protest demonstration during a so-called anti-encroachment drive at Shaheedi Chowk in Kathua district, today. The protest broke out after the people of the area came to know that the authorities were dismantling a commercial building at the Chowk. The protesters said that no notice was given to the owner.

Indian police arrested a Kashmiri activist, Waqar Bhatti, on the fake charges of fanning communal divide and outraging religious feelings of Hindus. Waqar Bhatti was booked by the police on the complaint of chief of IIOJK unit of Hindutva group Bajrang Dal, Rakesh Kumar.

Senior APHC leader, Professor Abdul Ghani Butt, in a statement issued in Srinagar today said the Kashmir dispute is the main cause of tension between Pakistan and India and the two countries should resolve it through a peaceful dialogue process. He said war is no option which only brings destruction.

On the other hand, Indian National Congress leader, Rahul Gandhi, during an interaction with journalists at the National Press Club in Washington DC said that press freedom was under threat in India under the rule of Bharatiya Janata Party. He added that Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, is orchestrating capture of institutions in the country.

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