Occupied Kashmir is not legal part of India: Geelani
The forum patronized by the veteran Hurriyet leader Syed Ali Geelani has said the Occupied Kashmir is not a legal or legitimate part of India, but New Delhi occupied the territory through forces.
In a statement on Tuesday, the forum's spokesman expressed serious concern over the harassment of the students hailing from the Occupied Kashmir Valley at a university in Rajouri.
Speaking at a condolence meeting in Anantnag Islamabad. Senior Hurriyet leader Shabbir Ahmed Shah called for greater unity among the pro-freedom leaders and organizations to take the ongoing liberation movement to its logical conclusion.
Indian troops and police personnel have intensified searches and frisking of people across the Occupied Valley following the killing of three cops in different areas yesterday.