British MP proposed motion on Kashmir in HOC London

David Nuttall, Member Parliament (MP) Bury North and Chairman All Parties Parliamentary Group on Kashmir in the British Parliament, proposed a motion in House of Commons (HOC) London.The debate commenced in main Chamber of HOC which was carried with heavy majority. Almost 70 MPs attended the debate but 29 made the contributions, according to a news release here on Saturday.Kashmiris from all over the UK were present to support the MPs. Kashmiri Leadership has praised the All Parties Kashmir Parliamentary Group
Kashmiri Nation is proud of British Kashmiris and their hard work which brought some fruitful results.

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Indian police attack, arrest HR activist in Srinagar

In occupied Kashmir, Hurriyet leaders including Shabbir Ahmad Dar, Muhammad Ahsan Untoo and Imtiyaz Ahmad Reshi, today, visited Gaw Kadal area of Srinagar to pay tributes to the martyrs of 1990 Gaw Kadal massacre.A joint statement issued by the leaders said that on reaching the spot when they started offering prayers, a heavy contingent of Indian police present there pounced on them without any provocation and started beating human rights defender, Muhammad Ahsan Untoo, mercilessly. It said that this beating resulted in a fracture in his left hand and bruises to the face and other parts of the body.The statement said that the police personnel dragged and arrested the human rights defender. 

Shutdown in Srinagar parts on anniversary of massacre

In occupied Kashmir, complete shutdown is being observed in Gaw Kadal and its adjoining areas, today, on the completion of 27 years to the deadliest Gaw Kadal massacre.
All shops and business establishments are closed while traffic is off the road in Maisuma and Lal Chowk areas of Srinagar.The puppet authorities have imposed restrictions in these areas and deployed Indian troops and police personnel in strength across the city to prevent people from staging demonstrations against the Gaw Kadal massacre.

Gillian opposes settling of Pandits in separate colonies

In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Syed Ali Gilani, has said that the Kashmiris will welcome the return of Kashmiri Pandits to the Valley but settling them in separate colonies is unacceptable.
Syed Ali Gilani said this in response to a resolution adopted by the so-called Kashmir Assembly on return of Pandits as a political gimmick. The resolution called for safe return of Kashmiri Pandits and displaced members of other communities to the Valley.

Indian police arrest Yasin Malik, Hilal War in Srinagar

In occupied Kashmir, Indian police arrested the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik, and Hurriyet leader, Hilal Ahmad War, in Srinagar to prevent them from leading anti-India demonstrations, today.Call for the demonstrations has been given by the joint resistance leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik on the occasion of completion of 27 years to the deadliest Gaw Kadal massacre.

1036 buildings under occupation of Indian forces: Mehbooba

In occupied Kashmir, the puppet Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, has revealed in the so-called Kashmir Assembly that over 1,000 private and government buildings in the territory are under the occupation of Indian forces.Mufti in a written reply to a question by MLA Langate, Engineer Abdur Rasheed, informed the House that 1,036 government and private buildings in the territory were still under the occupation of Indian forces.“Among the 1036 buildings, four are school buildings and four are college buildings along with one hostel building which has been occupied by the forces.

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