Dunya Kay Munsifo
Topic: India launches NIA as new tool against freedom struggle
In occupied Kashmir, having exhausted one after another tactics to suppress the ongoing Kashmir’s freedom struggle, India has now launched National Investigation Agency (NIA) to intimidate and harass Hurriyat leaders and activists by conducting raids on their houses and putting them to questions for hours. In its latest drive, the NIA carried out raids on the houses of Hurriyat leaders at several locations in Kashmir and New Delhi.
Topic: Street named after Sabzar in Tral
In occupied Kashmir, a week after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmad Butt by Indian troops, the locals have named his native street after him in Tral town.The street in Rathsun village has been named Zarar Colony as Commander Sabzar was famous among his friends by this name. A board reading the name has been erected at the entrance of the street. In Rathsun, banners with images of Burhan Wani and Sabzar have been hung along the roads and near the local martyrs’ graveyard.
Topic: European states should stop Indian atrocities in IOK: KC-EU
The Chairman Kashmir Council EU (KC-EU) Ali Raza Syed has urged the European countries to stop Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir. Ali Raza Syed in a statement issued in Brussels said that the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi continuously visiting Europe since he took power three years ago to divert attention of the world from severe situation of human rights in India especially in Kashmir. He said, not only Kashmiris are being suppressed by Indian forces but New Delhi has also discriminatory policies toward minorities in different parts of India.
Topic: Mirwaiz forum expresses concern over Pak-India tensions
In occupied Kashmir, the Hurriyet forum led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has expressed serious concern over the rising tensions between two nuclear powers, Pakistan and India. The Hurriyet forum spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the major reason for bitterness and border skirmishes between the two countries was the unresolved Kashmir dispute. Until the basic issue is resolved, the two nations will continue to remain at loggerheads with each other. The spokesman said that because of the fragile relations between Pakistan and India since the past many decades, people of Kashmir had been the worst sufferers.
Host: Ahmad Lateef
Co-host: Mushtaq Wani