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Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Srinagar, Dec 06 : Tehreek-e-Hurriyat (TeH) today expressed serious concern about unabated arrests and said that Mir Hafiz Ullah, District president Islamabad today was shifted to undisclosed destiny in Jammu. He was arrested a few days before and after slapping PSA against him, was shifted to Jammu. His family members while expressing their concern said that authorities are tight lipped about his where about and actual lodgment is not being disclosed.
In a statement issued to KHALSA EXPRESS, Tehreek-e Hurriyat condemned the detention of its Tehsil President (Kreeri) Mohammad Ramzan Bhat, Farooq Ahmad (Bangdara) and Zakir Ahmad, brother of Secretary District Shopian, Mohammad Amin Ahangar and said that PDP led administration feels no shame while targeting every household in state. They for the sake of pleasing their masters are hell-bent to arrest every youth.
Spokesman expressed its solidarity and sympathy with Perveena, who visit showered with pellets during Mehbooba’s visit to Kelam Kulgam and said that it is highly deplorable that where ever she visits, her forces are showering pellets over the eyes of peaceful protestors and said that dozens of innocents were arrested during night raids.
Spokesman condemned the police raid on residence of Gh Mohidin Dar in Nadihal Rafiabad. While expressing its anguish and dismay for random arrests of civilians and its activists, Tehreek-e-Hurriyat said that people are feeling insecure and police in their night raids are creating a sense of insecurity among innocent youth. Tehreek-e-Hurriyat said that Mohammad Ramzan Bhat was arrested after a police chase and his property was razed to ground.
Meanwhile police slapped third PSA against Mufti Ab Ahad.
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Sunday, December 4, 2016
*Police arrest 33, slap PSA on six for burning schools*
_The Jammu and Kashmir Police have arrested 33 persons, including five juveniles, for allegedly burning 34 schools in Kashmir in the past few months.“In total for 34 incidents, the police have arrested 33 persons, including 28 adults and five juveniles,” read an official report submitted by the police in the High Court on Friday.The police have submitted before District Magistrates dossiers on 14 arrested persons for slapping the Public Safety Act on them.
The police have executed the PSA against six persons to date,” it said.The police have categorised 65 places which house school buildings as highly sensitive and deployed 115 police personnel on guard duty to thwart miscreants from burning schools.
Depending upon the sensitivity of the location of schools, the police have gone in for permanent deployment at highly sensitive locations, permanent nakas near sensitive areas and patrolling in less sensitive areas to prevent arson.The police said it had constituted Special Investigation Teams to carry out arrests and dispose of cases
It is good news for the villagers of Nasrullah pora especially for Mir Mohalla as thier son, brother cousin Younis Ahmad has been released from the koth bulwal jail today.
He was booked under Public safety act during the ongoing turmoil in August
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
TeH condemns arrest spree
Monday, November 28, 2016
NIA set to prosecute JeM chief Masood Azhar
Sunday, November 27, 2016
Most pellet hit victims under age of 20
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Srinagar, Nov 25: At least 500 of pellet victims in Kashmir are aged under-20 and a vast majority of them are students who are still recuperating, according to records.
Data accessed reveals the number of students who have become victims of pellets hit by forces in Kashmir, and are struggling to get “some vision” back in their affected eyes.
Of 1065 pellet victims admitted at general specialty SMHS hospital, and SKIMS Medical College Hospital here with injuries to globe of eye, 523 are below 20 years in age.
The figures further reveal that 101 victims are under 15 years in age, with youngest pellet-hit person a girl child aged 4.
This recorded data about the age group of pellet victims, according to doctors, is an “evidence of a depressing scenario.”
“Most of these people, aged under 20, are students. Their eye(s) have been badly damaged due to pellet injuries,” doctors at SMHS hospital said.
Over the past three months, the “bad” prognosis of pellet injuries to eyes has been underlined by surgeons, both local as well as those volunteering from outside J&K to conduct surgeries on the victims.
Medicos said that they are not sure which pellet hit eye would regain vision.
The age data pertains to pellet injuries over a period of 100 days starting July 9, 2016—the day protests broke out in Kashmir following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen Commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani a day earlier.
Furthermore, 370 victims with pellet injuries in their eye(s) are between the age group of 21-25 years and “many of these are also students of some degree or vocational course,” doctors said.
Doctors said it takes over a year to recover from an eye injury. “They have to undergo a round of surgeries, each consuming about a month for recovering,” an Ophthalmologist at SMHS Hospital said. “Moreover,” he said, “patients need to take steps to prevent an eye infection and cannot resume regular activity soon.”
Doctors believe that an eye trauma is a “life-changing injury” where most victims, apart from the physical trauma, also undergo psychological trauma due to impairment in a sensory organ, as well as the cosmetic effects.
Among the injured, at least 50 people have been shot in both eyes causing grave, disabling trauma, the doctors said.
Doctors fear that most of those hit by pellets in eye(s) will ‘never go back to school’. (KNS)
Tehreek-e-Hurriyat-e-Kashmir has condemned the arrest and subsequent booking of its three members under PSA. It has also strongly reacted to the torture of detained youth in the SOG camp in Kreeri, a statement issued here said.
The separatist party identified the three detained activists as Danish Malik, Farooq Ahmad Sheikh and Tahir Ahmad. Malik is heading its Bandipore unit
“There is no reason for Malik’s arrest and booking under Public Safet Act,” the spokesman said. “He has nothing against him excepting that he wants the solution of Kashmir for the sustainable peace of the region.”
Tehreek hurriyat tehsil sadder pahalgam Riyaz Ah Mir arrested. Police said that it is a big success for them. Riyaz Ah was wanted in leading and organising pro freedom rallies in district Islamabad during current unrest in kmr.