WEBINAR || The Black Day in the history of Kashmir

The 27th of October is observed the world over as ‘Black Day’ as 74 years ago, on this day, India without any legal justification, forcibly took control of the State of Jammu and Kashmir

Webinar Host: Famous Anchor Person Nadia mirza

Guests: Abdul basit,Gen Amajd Shoaib, Dr Maria Sultan.

Webinar Hosted by Nadia Mirza

Kashmiris to observe October 27 as a black day

and youth are facing psychological traumas, while houses are being demolished,” the spokesperson added.

Since 1989, Indian occupation forces in IIOJK have killed 96,148 people, among them 7,274 are custodial killings, 110,498 structures arsoned/destroyed, 165,400 civilians arrested, 22,950 women widowed, 107,880 children orphaned and 11,256 women gang-raped/molested.

These facts seek the urgent attention of the international community. The denial of the right to self-determination for the last seven decades raises questions about the conscience of the international community and the United Nations, he added.

Dr Irfan said that the leaders of IIOJK, even the oldest, were not given proper medical care, and proper burial as per Islamic rites, it’s a shame as India calls herself the biggest democracy in the world.

Moreover, he added, to keep the people of the occupied valley leaderless, the Indian occupant administration has arrested Hurriyat leaders including Massrat Alam Bhat, Yaseen Malik, Shabbir Ahmed Shah, Zaffar Akbar Bhat, Asiya Andrabi, Fehmida Soofi and others by involving them in fake cases.

Pakistan has diplomatically and politically supported the Kashmir cause since the very beginning, and by observing Kashmir black day on the 27th of October each year, Pakistan shows its never-ending support for Kashmir’s freedom.

Meanwhile, in a telephonic conversation with Maulana Masroor, Chairman JKSM Altaf Ahmed Bhat has paid his heartfelt condolences on the sad demise of Maulana Abbas Ansari. He also paid tribute to late Maulana Abbas Ansari for his valuable services for the freedom movement of Kashmir.

While supporting APHC’s call for shutdown tomorrow, JKSM spokesman said that Kashmiris’ commitment to the freedom movement and sacrifices will never go in vain.

Visit of Secretary Defence of Pakistan to the Republic of Korea

Lt General (Retd) Hamood uz Zaman Khan, Secretary, Ministry of Defence of Pakistan, undertook a two-day visit to Seoul from 10 to 11 Octerber 2022 , to hold bilateral talks with his counterpart, and sign a Memorandum of Understanding on Defence Cooperation between the two countries.

The MOU was signed on 11 October 2022 at Army Club, Ministry of National Defense (MND), Seoul.

During his bilateral talks with H.E Shin Beom Chul, Vice Minister for National Defence of the Republic of Korea, the two reviewed existing bilateral defence cooperation between the two countries.

They expressed satisfaction at the upward trajectory in the relationship, and agreed to further enhance cooperation in the field of defence.

Ambassador Nabeel Munir, Additional Secretary Defence Rear Admiral Faisal Amin and Defence Attache, Col Syed Changez Zafar also attended the meeting and MOU Signing Ceremony at MND, Seoul.

Secretary Defence informed the Vice Minister that Pakistan greatly valued its multidimensional relationship with the ROK, and was keen on further expanding and deepening this partnership in all spheres, including in the field of defence.

Vice Defense Minister Shin acknowledging that Korea-Pakistan bilateral defence relations were rooted in history, hoped his keen desire to further enhance cooperation between the two countries.

After the talks, Secretary Defence and the Vice Minister signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Defence Cooperation.

After the talks, Secretary Defence and the Vice Minister signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Defence Cooperation. 

The MOU will enable both sides to explore further avenues of cooperation, and work together for regional as well as global peace.

Altaf Shah ‘Fantoosh’ passes away at AIIMS Delhi

Srinagar, October 11 : Jailed Hurriyat leader Altaf Ahmad Shah passed away in a Delhi hospital today after he was diagnosed with late stage renal cancer that had spread to other parts of his body, his family said.

His daughter Ruwa Shah broke the news on twitter on Tuesday early morning.
“Abu (father) breathed his last at AIIMS, New Delhi. As a prisoner,” she tweeted about his death at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi.

Shah was the Son-in-law of late Hurriyat chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani and was lodged in Tihar Jail with other Huryat leaders since 2018 after their arrest  in an alleged terror funding case. (KNS)

Indian troops martyr 17 Kashmiris in September

Srinagar, October 01 : In India illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian troops in their unabated acts of state terrorism martyred seventeen (17) Kashmiris in the last month of September.

According to the data issued by the Research Section of Kashmir Media Service, today, of those martyred ten (10) Kashmiris were killed in fake encounters.

During the month, seven youths were critically injured due to the use of brute force by Indian police and paramilitary personnel in the territory. At least 140 civilians including religious leaders, youth, and social and political activists were arrested and most of them were booked under black laws, Public Safety Act, and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

The troops also destroyed four residential houses during 162 cordon and search operations in the month.

(Kashmir media service Report)