Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Tihar Jail

    1.   Ali Mohammad Bhat, 1996 
    2.  Javaid Ahmad Khan. Munwarabad Khanyar longest period. 1996 was earlier in Bihar jail too .
    3.  Shafqat sopore 7yrs sentences.
    4.  Ahtisham  Farooq sopore 2011 Huriyat ? 
    5. GM Butt MaleBagh prest Hyderpora. 
    6. Muhamd Sidiq  Ganie Sopore. 2011 Huriyat 
    7. Farooq Daga Kupwara.  2011 Huriyat 
    8. Qari Rahim. Nasir AJK. 
    9. Nazir khan. 
    10. Amjad Kashmiri.  
    11. Mehmood Topiwala of Kangan (for past 21 years), 
    12. Ghulam Mohammd Bhat of Sopore (2011) 
    13.  Ghulam Jeelani Leloo of Sopore (7 years),  
    14.  Muzaffar Ahmad Dar of Pattan (2013),
    15.  Mohamamd Shafi Shah of Handwara (2013 ), 
    16. Talib Laali of Bandipora  (2012),
    17.  Mushtaq Ahmad Lone of Bijbehara (2013
    18.  Dr Wasim of Kishtwar (2010),   
    19. Shafkat Ali of Sopore (6 years), 
    20. Muhamad Ayoub Mir Saderbal Sgr awarded Life now on Parole 

      Dr Abdul Hameed, 

      Ali Mohamad Sheikh Palhalan Patan now released after 8 years.
      Samiullah Sheikh two brothers  patan released?
      Farooq Khan Islamabad was later shifted to Ragisthan  now released after 17 years .
      Imran Kirmani Er, Magam Kupwara  released after 5 years
      Mushtaq Kaloo  New coloney Sopore now released after 7 yrs . Peaceful sleep for Mushtaq after 6-year nightmare .
       Tariq Dra  Solina , Muhammad Rafiq Shah Alestang   and Muhammad Hussain Fazili Soura   2005 now released.

      Tihar Kashmiri prisoners were sentenced to life by Delhi Court

      1. Chaqib u Rehman  33 S/o MehmooduRehman     R/o Lal Nagher Chanpora
      2. Bashir Shah          47  S/o Ghulam Muhamd         R/o Nage Bal Tral presently Mehraj Wani Dalgate Colony
      3. Nazir Sofi             37  S/o Muhamd jabar             R/o Old Burzula colony
      4. Haji Ghulam Mohidin Dar  33  S/o Ghulam Rasool      R/o Pulrigam Pulwama Rajpora
      5. Abdul Majid Butt               45  S/o Wali Muhamd       R/o Zewan Panthachowk
      6. Abdul Qayoom Khan        46   S/o Ali Muhamd          R/o 242 Yarwari Lal Nager Chanpora
      7. Harendra Singh                 36   S/o Kailash Singh        R/o Bihar

Talib Bandipora


1Abdul Gafar KhawajaMohammad YousufKupwara, Kashmir now released.
2Abdul Gahyar KhanAbdul GaniaKupwara 
3Baz Mohammad KhanM AzeemAfghan
4Taja Khan MirzaRehmatullahKupwara, Kashmir Afgan 
5Zakir HussainAbdul HussainKupwara, Kashmir
6Asgar Ahmad QureshiM HussainKupwara, Kashmir
7Abdul RahimAbdul MajidShujabad
8Abdul Rehman SofiGh MohammadSopore, Kashmir Rel
9Showkat Hussain GuruAbdul Sattar GuruSopore, Kashmir now released,
10M Afzal GuruHabibullahSopore, Kashmir now hanged
11M Shaban KhanHabibullahSopore, Kashmir Rel
12Mehrajuddin PeerGh AhmadSopore, Kashmir Rel
13Mohammad Afzal KumarG Mohammad KumarSopore, Kashmir Released 
14Nazir Ahmad GujjarAhmad DinBandipora, Kashmir
15Adil Ahmad KhanNazir Ahmad KhanIslamabad, Kashmir
16Ansar Ahmad DarM AfzalDailgam, Kashmir
17Bilal Ahmad MirM JabarDailgam, Kashmir
18Fayaz Ahmad PadderGh MohammadKulgam, Kashmir
19Mushatq Ahmad BhatGh Mohammad BhatKulgam, Kashmir
20Zamruda Habib---Islamabad, Kashmir  now released   
21Mohammad MirGh QadirShopian, Kashmir
22Sheikh Abdul Aziz---Pampore, Kashmir released and got killed


Shabir shah.
Farooq Dar Bitta Karaty
Altaf Shah.
Nayeem Khan
Akbar ayaz
Saif u l Allah
Mehraj Din Kalwal.
Zahoor Watali
Syed Shahid Yousuf
Aslam Hawal.
All arrested by NIA, On Hawala money.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Specially-abled youth booked for stone pelting by police in Kashmir

Specially-abled youth booked for stone pelting by police in Kashmir The New Indian Express - ‎Dec 3, 2017‎ SRINAGAR: A specially-abled youth of north Kashmir's Baramulla district in Jammu and Kashmir has been arrested and booked under stringent Public Safety Act (PSA) for stone pelting by police. The specially-abled youth Tanvir Ahmad War of Drangbal ...

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Friday, December 1, 2017

In a decade, highest number of PSAs slapped in last 2 years

In a decade, highest number of PSAs slapped in last 2 years
Former advocate general says PSA the ‘easiest way to control situation’
Srinagar:::In the past decade, the last two years saw the highest number of detention orders under Public Safety Act (PSA) – above 1100 – being deployed against pro-freedom leaders, activists and protesters in the Valley. On Wednesday, the government announced withdrawal of cases against youths booked for the first time for stone-peltingor participating in protests, there has been no consideration given to freeing prisoners booked under the draconian PSA that Amnesty International describes as a “lawless law”.

According to lawyers who are challenging PSA detentions in courts, thebulk of those arrested in the past two years include political prisoners and pro-freedom protesters. The PSA empowers the government to imprison a person for up to six months without a trial.According to High Court lawyer Nasir Qadri, the number of people arrested in the past two years is the highest in the past decade.

During the year 2016, he said, 738 PSAs were slapped on political activists and protesters. Of these 738, about 522 persons were booked during the five months following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani onJuly 8. His killing triggered mass uprising in the region with government forces killing above 80 civilians while injuring above 15,000. The government booked pro-freedom leaders and protesters under the PSA to prevent mass protests.“Till 25 November, 2017, 371 persons were detained under PSA,” Qadri said. “If you combine these two years, the number of PSAs slapped against people stands at 1109. It is the highest number of PSAs in more than a decade.”

Among the youngest PSA victims was 14-year-old Sahil Ahmad Sheikh of Srinagar, while among the oldest was 84-year-old Shah Wali Mohammad of Sopore. Lawyers said that the High Courtquashed above 257 PSA detentions in 2016, but the government in majority of these cases slapped fresh PSA detentionorders on the detainees to avoid their release.“There is no exact number of people whowere repeatedly slapped with the PSAs,” Qadri said. “About 55 people were slapped with PSAs again, whom I represented as counsel. I am fighting thecase of Mohammad Shaban who had four PSAs slapped against him and of Assadullah Parray, who was recently booked under a 5th PSA in a row.”

Last month, senior Hurriyat Conference leader Khan Sopori, 70, who was under police detention at Sopore after the J&K High Court quashed his second PSA detention on September 15, was slapped with a third PSA. Sopori was first arrested in February this year under a PSA order that the High Court quashed inJune.Another case of the PSA being rampantlyused to keep pro-freedom leaders behindbars is that of senior Hurriyat leader and Muslim League chairman Masarat Alam. So far, he has been booked under PSA 36times. He remains continuously jailed under PSA since 2010, except for a period of 40 days in 2015.Former Advocate General and High Courtlawyer M Ishaq Qadri explained that the draconian law was being deployed because of the inefficiency of police.“It is the easiest way to handle the law and order situation,” he told Kashmir Reader.

“The police are the most inefficient department in Kashmir. It is easy to imprison people under PSA and put them behind bars. The police can neither produce evidence nor a powerful case against the accused. When you are lethargic and inefficient, you find an easyway to tackle the situation: PSA is one such resort.”Qadri said that the grounds of detention under PSA are so flimsy that they cannot withstand one court hearing.“Since 1990, the government and police are booking people under PSA. Nothing has changed. It keeps happening because the grounds of detention are flimsy and a pack of lies.“The police do not even work to prepare solid grounds for detention. Their lies arecontradictory and the accused is released by the court.

Hence, the easiest way to control the situation is PSA, as it needs no effort to book a person,” he said.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Tihar Jail Torture Victim Ahtesham Sopore

Tihar Jail Torture Victim

‘Bring Back Kashmiris, Else You Won’t Get Even Their Dead Bodies’

Auqib Javeed

Srinagar: One of the 18 Kashmiri victims of assault in Delhi’s Tihar jail by Tamil Nadu Special Police (TSP) last week, Ahtisham Farooq Malik, was on Wednesday admitted in Neurosurgery Department of Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Soura here.

Ahtisham, who has grave injuries on head, left arm, back and left thigh, was admitted to the Valley’s only tertiary care hospital, in compliance to the orders by the Sopore court.

Recounting the horror at Tihar jail, Ahtisham said that at about 9:21 pm on November 21, a TSP contingent comprising among others Sub Inspector Muthu Pandi, DSP Satbir Yadav, Assistant commandant (TSP) Shilwamani  and head warden Satbir entered their ward in the high security jail and start beating them ruthlessly.

“Their intention was to kill us as they hit us our heads, we were four Kashmiris in the cell, myself, Shahid Yusuf, Ghulam Mohammad Bhat and Mushtaq Ahmad Lone,” says Ahtisham.

He says it all started when “we raised the objection on the seizure of white colour pillow cover to SI Muthu.”

“He was harassing us from many days without any reason so had filed a complaint against him before the jail superintendent a few days ago. When he came inside our cell we politely told him the reasons behind harassing. This infuriated him and he raised the alarm outside and within no time he came inside our cell along with other police personnel and started beating us with sticks, batons, buckets and everything else they got,” says Ahtisham.

He says if J&K govt didn’t take steps to get back the Kashmiri prisoners across the Indian jails, they will receive “our dead bodies because our conditions in jails is getting worse.”

“We are being tortured every day by jail authorities and even Hindu intimates of the jail. Poor food is served as a result our health condition is deteriorating day by day”.

“Sewage water is being mixed with Dal and is served to us. One can’t even complain,” he says

Ahtisham was brought to Jammu via train and from there he was brought to Srinagar in a Police vehicle.

“I wasn’t able to travel in the vehicle because of the Jammu-Srinagar highway is bumpy but they forced me to travel,” he said.

Ahtisham says they are living in difficult conditions in the jail “particularly after right-wing parties came into power at the center. The harassment and torture increased towards the Kashmiri prisoners,” he says.

If the government fails take any step, he says, they will kill all Kashmiris in the jail and “nobody will come to know.”

Surrounded by guards of Delhi Police in the hospital, Ahtisham says Tihar jail has always remained in news for violating the fundamental, human and legal rights of prisoners.

Ahtisham brought to Sopore court on Tuesday in an old case involving slain Hizbul Mujahideen commander Qayoom Najar.

After seeing the bad conditions of Ahtisham, the court directed the police to get him treated at the hospital as "marks of injuries were visible" on his body.

On Court orders, he was taken to sub-district hospital Sopore, where from he was shifted to SKIMS for specialized treatment.

A resident of Sopore, Ahtisham was arrested by Delhi Police in February 2012 on the charges of planning to carry out an attack in the national capital. Ahtisham is serving seven years of imprisonment which is likely to be completed soon.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

‘National interest’ will drive decisions, new NIA chief on Kashmir talks | KashmirDispatch

30 10 ‘National interest’ will drive decisions, new NIA chief on Kashmir talks | KashmirDispatch

‘National interest’ will drive decisions, new NIA chief on Kashmir talks | KashmirDispatch

30 10 ‘National interest’ will drive decisions, new NIA chief on Kashmir talks | KashmirDispatch

Police say wanted Hizb commander’s aide held during Kashmir raid | KashmirDispatch

3 Nov Police say wanted Hizb commander’s aide held during Kashmir raid | KashmirDispatch

Four school boys detained after nocturnal raids in Kashmir town; three may miss board exam | KashmirDispatch

Four school boys detained after nocturnal raids in Kashmir town; three may miss board exam | KashmirDispatch

In Tihar Jail , Kashmiri prisoners beaten

Samad Inqalabi ‘beaten to pulp’ inside Kathua Jail,

Samad Inqalabi ‘beaten to pulp’ inside Kathua Jail, Alleges family

Kathua; Family of senior Kashmiri separatist leader Abdul Samad Inqalabi Tuesday alleged that Inqalabi was beaten to pulp by police inside Kathua Jail in Jammu region.

Inqalabi was arrested by Army from the residence of popular slain militant commander Burhan Wani in Tral town of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district on July 6 this year and later handed over to local police.

After spending 13 days at Police Station Tral, he was shifted to Srinagar Central Jail and accordingly was booked under Public Safety Act and lodged in Kathua Jail.

His family members said that Inqalabi was ruthlessly beaten up inside the jail and to prove he is mentally unsound, jail authorities even kept him in mental hospital.

“The incident has occurred on November 14 this month,” the family members said adding they are eagerly waiting for his next hearing that falls on Dec 7 in Kupwara Session Court.

“There is a threat to his life and we appeal authorities to shift him to Srinagar Central Jail,” they said

*Police arrested 3 militant (OGW's) Over Ground Workers from Devsar area of Kulgam

*Police arrested 3 militant (OGW's) Over Ground Workers from Devsar area of Kulgam district in South Kashmir.*

_They were traveling in a Maruti 800 car bearing registration number *JK01M 4067* when they were arrested by 9RR during Naka._

*All the three persons are residents of Awantipora, Pulwama*

*Forces recovered 2 Grenades, Cheque of 55,000 and 12,000 cash from them.*

Saturday, November 25, 2017

specially-abled Anantnag youth held under PSA

Day before ‘amnesty’ for stone throwers, specially-abled Anantnag youth held under PSA

Umar, 21, an auto driver by profession, was shifted to Kathua jail in Jammu region on Wednesday. He was arrested on Sunday.

A youth from Anantnag town, who was arrested for the first time on charges of stone throwing during last year’s uprising, was detained under the Public Safety Act on Wednesday.
Umar Yousuf’s detention under this law, which empowers the state to detain a person for up to six months without a trial, comes a day before Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti ordered review of cases filed against in the past three years.

Umar, 21, an auto driver by profession, was shifted to Kathua jail in Jammu region on Wednesday. He was arrested on Sunday.
A specially-abled school dropout, he has been living with his maternal uncle in Donipawa village. 
The police have charged him with abetting and advocating violence, a charge denied by the family.
“During the 2016 unrest you were at the forefront of violent mobs and instigated them for closure of roads and damage to vehicles and other public property. You also provoked youth to attack police and CRPF personnel with intention to kill,” reads a police dossier.
It further says that Umar has been delivering “furious” speeches to young boys of Donipawa village.
Umar has been charged with four different cases during the 2016 uprising triggered by the killing of Hizb commander Burhan Wani.
However, records available with Greater Kashmir suggest that Umar has been already bailed out in all cases by the court.
While in the first three cases, chief judicial magistrate Anantnag had granted him bail, the principal and district sessions judge Anantnag had bailed him out in the fourth.
“You have secessionist tendency and always go by the diktats of the separatists and have played a vital role in advocating, abetting and provoking people especially from Donipawa village,” the dossier alleges.
“You have been provoking the people to raise anti-national slogans and damage public property on a large scale,” the dossier further reads.
Umar, according to his family, is specially- able and hence had to leave his studies after primary school only. His four elder brothers also do menial jobs to support their family. 
Umar’s mother Saleema Bano said, “My son did participate in protests after the killing of Burhan but he never resorted to violence. He is specially-abled and on medication. He has never spent a night away from his or maternal house. I wonder how he would be living in Kathua jail.”
She said the family was too poor to afford a visit to Kathua jail.
“I want my son back,” she said and broke down.
Umar’s elder brother Zahoor Ahmad, also an auto driver, said that his younger brother was not wanted in any fresh case.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

admin of whatsapp group arrested by the Srinagar police:

Wanted WhatsApp group admin of  whatsapp group arrested by the Srinagar police:

Srinagar:21 Nov 2017: Today one of the mouth wanted WhatsApp admin of  Noorbagh area of Srinagar city namely Junaid Parry S/O Mohd Shafi Parry was arrested from Airport Area . He is wanted in many law & order incidents and is Admin of miscreant whatsapp groups "Kashmir Baney Ga Darul Salam","Noorbagh Rebels" and "Rizwan News 24".

He was also wanted by police in many law & order cases.He was avoiding arrest since one month but today one special police party of MR Gunj police Sub Division effected his arrest at Airport.

Monday, November 20, 2017

24 nov today in history kashmir

24Nov: #TOdayinHISTORY #Kashmir :- Andrew Dung-Lac and other Vietnamese Martyrs,< 
1948.. Kargil Khalsi was connected.
1948: Poonch Link up day.
1956: D P Dhar made unit of Hind Soviet  cultural society in Kashmir than after he was made ambassador of USSR.*
1969: Badsha Khan suspended his Kashmir 4 days visit, on political grounds.
 1985: In Kashmir 85 arrested Freedom fighters. ABI GUZAR, SGR.  92, the forces started cane charging at a peaceful procesion of about 10 to 40 thousand who were protesting against the intentional killing of nine persons at Alikadal, Sgr on 19.11.92. The procession came from Batamaloo to Abi Guzar and nobody stopped them. The procession was reciting Quranic verses, and raising freedom slogans for freedom but the forces did not allow these persons because of the threat to get exposed to the outside world. The forces used tear gas shells and when the protersters did not disperse, the forces fired due to which one boy namely Ab. Qayoom 14 years R/O Abi Guzar was killed. He recieved bullets on his face. More than 50 people including women got injured.
1995:Sangrama massacre by BSF 7 killed.  < .> ,<

1998: .>*
2000: .>* .>* .>*
2001: Hizb is non Political ..SD.<
2002: Attack in Rughunath mandir 12 Killed.* Al Umar Banned all to lecture except 3.*Mustaq zarger arrested in Pak, hartal here .< ,< ,< 
2003: ,<
2004 : Cases  against Alsafa Paper 24 cases were registered.* Pak claimed the Kashmiri fully supported to Self Governance proposals. ,<
2005: Self governance has all support of Kashmiri’s Pak claimed.*
2006: Cordon-and-Search operation at Lal Chowk Srinagar....JK Sikh Intellectual Circle (SIC) supports Geelani. ,UJC condemns attack on Geelani.
2006: << after Geelani attack .> ,< ,< ,<
2007: Militants ambushed 28 RR near Doorsawani in Sogam, 1 trooper killed.<
Return Of Pandits

·        Pandit family terms govt rehab call a ‘sham’ ,< ,,  
2008: VARMUL UNDER SIEGE ,  In Nocturnal Raids 11 youth arrested including an Imam of a local Masjid. Hundreds of people defied undeclared curfew. ,<  Arrests Trigger Protests, Clashes ,< Protests in Sopur. ,, < 3 people including a govt employee held for offering bribe to voters in Kalakote Rajouri.... Mainstream politicians stoned in Pulwama, Their Escort Fires At People, Injure 14-Year Old Boy; Innocent Bystanders Beaten,< ,< ,< Geelani arrives today,<
2009:Curfew. < 5th rounds of Talks started.< Huryat suspended all its office bearers . * Bita Karaty chairman of JKLF. < Advani,Joshi declared accused in Babri Masjid. Khwaja Sanaullah died,< Victims’ family demand AI probe
·        CRY launches campaign
·        2010: Shutdown in Valley. Stone pelting at Nawakadal, Nalamaar, Eidgah, Lawaypora, Natipora... Civil Curfew in Islamabad...SHUTDOWN HITS LIFE,< ,<