Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Some Questions about the Counter-Terror Operation at Jamia Nagar, New Delhi

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Kashmir Watch, September 23:

Some Questions about the Counter-Terror Operation at Jamia Nagar, New Delhi

*A team comprising activists, academicians and journalists visited the site of the police operation against alleged terrorists staying in an apartment in Jamia Nagar in the afternoon of 20.09.2008 (Saturday). Two alleged terrorists Atif and Sajid, along with Mohan Chand Sharma, an inspector of the Delhi Police's Special Cell died in the operation while a third alleged terrorist was arrested.

On the basis of our interactions with the local residents, eye witnesses and the reports which have appeared in the media, we would like to pose the following questions:

1) It has been widely reported (and not refuted by the Police) that in
early August this year Atif, who is described by the Delhi Police as the
mastermind behind the recent terrorist bombings in Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Delhi, underwent a police verification exercise along with his four roommates in order to rent the apartment they were staying in Jamia Nagar.

All the five youth living in the apartment submitted to the Delhi police
their personal details, including permanent address, driving license
details, address of the house they previously stayed in, all of which were found to be accurate.

*Is it conceivable that the alleged kingpin behind the terrorist Indian
Mujahideen outfit would have wanted to undergo a police verification- for whatever purpose- just a week after the Ahmedabad blasts and a month before the bombings in Delhi? *

2) The four-storeyed house L-18 in Jamia Nagar, where the alleged
terrorists were staying, has only one access point, through the stair case, which is covered by an iron grill. It is impossible to leave the house except from the staircase. By all reports, the staircase was taken over by the Special Cell and/ or other agencies during the counter-terror operation.The house, indeed the entire block, was cordoned off at the time of the operation.

*How then was it then possible, as claimed by the police, for two alleged terrorists to escape the premises during the police operation?

*3) The media has quoted 'police sources' as having informed them that the Special Cell was fully aware about the presence of dreaded terrorists, involved in the bombings in Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Delhi, staying in the apartment that was raided.

* Why was the late Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma, a veteran of dozens of encounter operations, the only officer in the operation not wearing a bullet proof vest? Was this due to over-confidence or is there something else to his mysterious death during the operation? Will the forensic report of the bullets that killed Inspector Sharma be made public?*

4) There are reports that towards the end of the counter-terror
operation, some policemen climbed on the roof of L-18 and fired several rounds in the air. Other policemen were seen breaking windows and even throwing flower pots to the ground from flats adjacent or opposite to L-18

*Why was the police firing in the air and why did it indulge in destruction of property around L-18 after the encounter?*

5) The police officials claim that an AK-47 and pistols were recovered from L-18.

*What was the weapon that killed Inspector Sharma? Was the AK-47 used at all and by whom? Going by some reports that have appeared (see 'Times of India', 20.09.08), the AK-47s have been used by the police only. Is it not strange that alleged terrorists did not use a more deadly and sophisticated weapon like the AK-47, which they purportedly possessed, preferring to use pistols?

*We feel that there are far too many loose ends in the current story of the police encounter at L-18 in Jamia Nagar. We demand that a fair, impartial and independent probe into the incident be initiated at the earliest to answer the above questions as also any other ones that arise from the contradictions of the case.


Shabnam Hashmi,
Satya Sivaraman,
Manisha Sethi,
Tanweer Fazal,
Arshad Alam,
Pallavi Deka

Monday, September 22, 2008



“Verily Allah loves those who fight in his cause in rows (ranks) as if they were solid structure Surah-61 As Saaf Ayat-4

Since the present uprising against the illegal occupation of our country and massive pro freedom marches, It was for the coordination committee to decide the future course of action. I think these people who are heading the movement have not learned a lesson from the past. Instead of launching a aggressive campaign they once again chose a programme which is proving productive for the Indian occupational army and its leaders. What was the need to make a passive programme for the month of Ramadan? Just because people are fasting! Fasting cannot be an excuse nor can be the examination of children. Have these leaders forgotten the BADR war ? If yes then it is very unfortunate. After our mass marches the govt of India was left clueless how to deal with the situation and it gave a free hand to its troops to suppress the masses on and after 25Th of august ,when according to Mahbboba Mufti ' MARTIAL LAW ' was imposed on Kashmir.The oppression opened the eyes of the world and UN castigated India and asked it to tame its occupational troops. A break of one week was sufficient for people to refresh themselves and collect all essentials at home for future days of agitation.,Mohalla committees should also have played a good role in looking after the poor people if any in their respective localities. But alas! Hurriyat conference chose a hartal policy for 1 month. They gave Police and other agencies a lot of time to torture and to prepare a counter freedom policy.Our youth are tortured brutally at police stations. Houses are raided ,women beaten, children thrashed but programme of Hurriyat is not changing. Why? Now Govt.of India has started recruiting a rag tag militia for suppressing the movement.Our own blood will be performing atrocities on us as it was always done from time to time. Please you people who claim to be our leaders wake up and call the masses out of their houses. tell them to sit at their own street not to move an inch. Stir the valley. Live on streets until UN intervenes, forget Pakistan. It will never support our freedom. All these countries want is our Land. We cannot allow ourselves to become slaves again.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Flag controversy

After watching closely the mass peaceful demonstrations of the people of Kashmir for the freedom from India and the reaction that followed in India. I found people of India are being misled and taken on a ride by the enemies of Kashmir. It's very unfortunate that a common man in India doesn't know about the history of Kashmir, they consider it as any other part where as the UN considers Kashmir as a disputed area.When I say Kashmir it means whole Kashmir as it was on 27th oct 1947 when on that ill fated day Indian occupational troops put their feet on our pious soil.Jammu Ladakh are a part of Kashmir and not a separate entity. There is a lot of propaganda going on about that Kashmiris want freedom only for valley .No! we want our country back as it was before it was occupied by both India and Pakistan.
Lot of fuss is being created by the people in India about Kashmiris holding Pakistani flags. I feel pity on these people who cannot distinguish between a Pakistani flag and any other Muslim country flag. Lot of people have written in this regard ,I think it is worth to post photo of Pakistani flag and other green flag. I hope it will help to some extent pacify those communal people who say Kashmiris want to merge with Pakistan. Kashmiris don’t want to remain slaves of Both India and Pakistan that’s why the slogan IS PAAR BHI LENGE USPAAR BHI LENGE AAZADI is taking momentum.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Bakshi hoisted tri-colour for first time in 1953

Bakshi hoisted tri-colour for first time in 1953

Srinagar, Aug 14: It was in 1953 when for the first time, tri-colour was hoisted in Kashmir Valley by then Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Bakshi Ghulam Muhammad. This was disclosed by Ghulam Mohiudin Sofi, former political secretary of late Moulana Muhammad Sayeed Masoodi. Masoodi was the first Member Parliament from Kashmir. Sofi, who was trusted lieutenant of Masoodi told Greater Kashmir on Tuesday that prior to 1953 late Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah used to hoist state flag on August 15. “First time Bakshi Ghulam Muhammad hoisted the Indian tri-colour at Residency ground, now known as Municipal park,” he said. Sofi said that before 1953 not much importance was given to August 15, but after Bakshi took over, this day turned into an important day. “In 1953 Bakshi hoisted tri-colour and state flag but the state flag was on foot below the tri-colour,” Sofi said. He said Bakshi kept on hoisting two flags on August 15 till he was in power. “The trend of hoisting only tri-colour became a regular feature after Ghulam Muhammad Sadiq took over from Bakshi as Chief Minister of the state,” Sofi said. According to the historians in earlier days, the functions were held only in Srinagar and Jammu.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008


4 September, 2008 at 2:52 pm

Would like to say its amazing website v nice pics but honestly Kashmir is even more beautiful its jus so special and incomparable. My parents come from Muzafarabad Kashmir so called Azad Kashmir I don’t consider it ‘Free’ until it is ruled by armies Pakistan on one side with sweetness and India on other side with brutality…. I first came to Kashmir Muzaffarabad Which is capital of Kashmir in 2001 and lived there for 3 years it has been a nice experience but I have noticed Pakistan army influence in al walks of life …. Every aspect of society has Pakistani stamp on it, I am not anti Pakistani but we have nothing to do with Pakistan or India InshAllah Kashmir will emerge as a separate state in world map one day.

To Indians here:

You got no chance Indians we jus don’t want u!!!!!! Kashmir belongs to Kashmiri s that’s what we say and…..

To Pakistanis:

Who gave you the authority to gift Kashmir land to china, make Gilgit and Baltistan as ‘Northern Areas!

Thanks for your ‘moral’ support which changes with every government one day its freedom struggle other day its secondary issue!

Kashmir free from India and Pakistan that’s what we dream of and will until…. it comes true!

Sunday, September 14, 2008


Since the uprising against the Illegal occupation of Kashmir started lot of our country men fell to the bullets of the occupational army , I after reading the family conditions of the people who lost their lives, I felt a need to help these family's as much as possible. I think that the people living abroad Kashmir NRK's should now come forward to generously contribute to this cause.These days we all Muslims are fasting and asking Allah to forgive our sins. It is a high time to show love and kindness towards those who sacrificed their lives so that tomorrow Inshallah we and our coming generations will live free from the oppression and subjugation.I think we all must approach individually to each of those family's and enquire about their needs and try to provide financial assistance to them.We can contact the Mohalla committee of such family's also if we don’t want to approach them directly.The family of Late Ghulam Rasool Khan of Kupwara is and should be an example for Kashmiris .His one son attained martyrdom while fighting the occupational forces , second lost his hand while fighting the same occupational army ,Third Manzoor Ahmad khan, who was brutally shot in Baramullah on Friday 12/09/2008 .Sara ,the mother of Manzoor Ahmad, husband expired last year , the bread winning task was on Manzoors shoulders,. Manzoors mother Sara begum who is now of 80 yr's of age with a handicapped son and an unmarried daughter is looking towards us Kashmiris. It is our job to to take care of this great lady and her family. Sara is asking who will get now Manzoors un married sister married.This is a question for all of us and if we will remain mute spectators to this then no Kashmiri mother will think of allowing her sons to fight for the Kashmir's cause. If we really love Kashmir and our people irrespective of our position ,We should come forward at all levels to help the affected family's so that they will not say that the nation forgot us..

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Saturday, September 13, 2008




Hakeem IrfanSrinagar, Sep 12: Insisting people of Kashmir to boycott all the products of Jammu, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader, Simranjeet Singh Mann on Friday said that economic blockade is an international humanitarian crime and right wing Hindu fanatics of Jammu can repeat it any time again.
Addressing a news conference here Mann said, “Kashmiris should establish direct contacts with the companies like TATA, Birla, Reliance and others so that they can get rid of the intermediate expenses.”Mann said, SAD will be preparing a report on Jammu and Kashmir which will be forwarded to rights body, Amnesty International and all the embassies in New Delhi.The Sikh leader also condemned National Security Advisor, M K Narayanan statement about the killing of Hurriyat Leader Sheikh Abdul Aziz in which the former had absolved police of the allegations of the killing.Terming the attempt to starve Kashmiri people as genocide, Mann said, “Government of India is perpetrating genocide in Kashmir and Punjab and that is why Amnesty International and ICRC are not allowed to work in Kashmir.”He added that India is not a signatory to the International Convention for Genocide.Mann said that international democratic forces like United States should intervene in the issue of Kashmir as they did in the case of Zimbabwe, Somalia and other conflict ridden areas.“India allows war mongers like Israeli Army Chief Avi Mizrahi to visit Kashmir,” he added.After Mann was not allowed to meet the detained Hurriyat leader, Shabir Ahmed Shah, he said that New Delhi fears unification process between Hurriyats. “New Delhi claims that there is no single representative in Kashmir, and if Shah unifies the leadership they again have a problem. It is shame on the part of democratic state of India,” he said.Reiterating his stand on Kashmir issue, the Sikh leader said that India has no legal political and moral justification for staying in Jammu and Kashmir even for a minute.Accusing New Delhi of double standards, Mann said that while as Muslim, Sikh, Christian and Leftist organizations are often threatened to be banned, organisations like BJP, RSS, VHP, Bajrang Dal and others are spared despite their anti-people activities.Rejecting elections as a solution or a step towards solution, Mann said, “Nothing short of right to self determination can be substitute for solving the Kashmir problem.”Recalling the Chattisingpora massacre in which 43 Sikhs were murdered, Mann said, “Clinton in a forward of his Secretary’s book writes that Sikhs were killed by Hindu government.”He added that seven Muslims were killed after wards to cover the crime, and there is no development in the case even after eight years.Stressing on the importance of alternate trade routes, he said, “Opening of Muzaffarabad-Srinagar road, Punjab-Lahore road is necessary for the development of the region and we are all for the opening of all such roads.”Coming down heavily on Indian media, Mann said, “When democratic power is toppled in Pakistan, Indian media terms it as the death of democracy but when democracy is obliterated in Kashmir Indian media is silent or comes on a defensive.”He suggested editors of New Delhi based newspapers to be professional and unbiased while covering and commenting on Kashmir.General Secretaries of SAD, local Sikh leaders including Indumeet Singh were also present in the press conference. Mann is scheduled to visit Chattisingpora, Batwota, Kud, Doda, and Poonch

Friday, September 12, 2008


Please, set Kashmir free, begs moron Kashmiri Hindu
Posted by jagoindia on August 27, 2008
This moron Hindu needs a fitting reply:
Please, set Kashmir freeMalavika SangghviSaturday, August 23, 2008 21:56 IST
As the daughter of a Kashmiri Hindu, whose family left its ancestral home in Srinagar during the turmoil that followed Partition, I would like to express a sentiment that I still haven’t heard in the rhetoric about Kashmir.
I speak for those for whom Kashmir is not a symbol of one-upman ship with Pakistan, not a piece of a jigsaw puzzle that is intrinsic to the sovereignty of India and not a football to be kicked around by cynical politicians, but as the daughter of a family in whose very lifeblood Kashmir courses every moment.
Cut our hearts open and you will see Kashmir, put your ear to our sighs, and you will hear our yearning for the land where our family spent its last days intact and happy before Partition scattered us to the winds, rendering us refugees.
Growing up dislocated in Mumbai, as a child, it never failed to surprise me when people who often hadn’t so far stepped out of their suburb, would say:”Kashmir is ours! We will never give it up! Let them try and take Kashmir from us!”
Even at that early age, when I could have mistaken their jingoism for kindred sentiment, I realised that their virulence had nothing to do with my family’s love for Kashmir, but was misguided machismo.
And I would find myself seething with rage at the audacity of their presumption. “But Kashmir was never yours,” I’d say in my mind. And sometimes, when more provoked: “You don’t deserve Kashmir!” And then I’d go home to my mother, whose ever present, unshed tears for her homeland, were a leitmotif of our life in Mumbai.
Throughout my childhood, my family would go back to Srinagar (the ancestral home in Vazir Baugh had to be sold when my widower grandfather became too old to live alone) to stay with Muslim friends, with whom we shared a poignant empathy: we had lost Kashmir because we had moved away; they were losing it everyday, living there, witnessing its destruction. Over kawha, we would watch as the elders of our family weep for what had been.
Like a woman too beautiful for her own good, Kashmir was a tragedy even then. It produced an ache in our hearts when we heard its name and thought of its ill fate: and then, because you cannot sit weeping over lost Valleys all your life, when we returned home we put Kashmir on the backburner.
And on that backburner, Kashmir fermented Sheikh Abdullah, a man whose commitment to India was unquestionable, was humiliated, jailed, alienated. The most unimaginable genocide was committed on the people. Entire generations of its sons were mowed down by an army whose presence was as large as it was unpopular. And in its knee-jerk, misguided, ill-conceived approach to Kashmir the Indian polity revealed its shallowness.
But through this all, intrinsically, those of us who have Kashmir in our bloods, know that the Kashmiri Pandits who have been driven out of their homeland are not enemies of the Kashmiri Muslims, in fact they are both victims of the historic blundering of the Indian government’s Kashmir policy.
Take away Delhi’s political brinkmanship, take away the Hindutva sentiment that has played so neatly into the hands of Pakistan and its fishing-in-troubled-waters game and you may be surprised at how harmoniously Kashmir’s Hindus and Muslims can live.
So, on behalf of my mother, my family, and all those who have loved and lost Kashmir, I beg: Please. We have done enough damage to and in Kashmir. Enough to last many lifetimes. The chinars are tinged with too much blood. We have failed Kashmir and we don’t deserve her anymore. Leave Kashmir alone. Set her free.Email:

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Ending repression and promoting autonomy

Praful Bidwai,Kasmir times writes on 08/09/2008

It's no small irony that curfew had to be re-imposed in parts of the Kashmir Valley the very day the state announced a settlement with the Sri Amarnath Yatra Sangharsh Samiti (SAYSS), which ended the two-and-a-half months-long militant agitation in the Jammu region. The settlement evoked an apathetic or an adverse response in the Valley. The Kashmir Coordination Committee, comprised of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, and motley groups of traders and professionals, said it fails to address the real issue, azadi, and called a general strike. The People's Democratic Party called it "unilateralist" and "authoritarian".Yet, even the hurriedly reached Jammu settlement may prove a poor consolation prize. Had its negotiation taken on board the Valley's politicians, it would have had a more democratic character and wider acceptance. After all, the political and physical origins of the problem that triggered the twin agitations in Jammu and the Valley, and led to the unseating of J&K's government in July, lie in the transfer of Valley land for the Amarnath Shrine pilgrimage. The settlement is flawed. It reserves 100 acres of state land exclusively for the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board's use, thus barring sheep-grazers and other traditional users. It doesn't mention the land's return. And it compensates the Jammu residents for the economic losses caused by the agitation, but is silent on compensating the Valley people who suffered from seven weeks of a blockade which cut off essential supplies and despatch of perishable fruit. Had the Valley's representatives been involved in negotiating a fair agreement, they wouldn't have had the luxury of putting the onus for it solely on the state or Central government. The accusation that the government acted without consulting all sides to the land dispute is potentially open to exploitation to rank communal or narrow regionalist ends. But evidently, our policymakers have learnt very little from Kashmir's recent history, which shows that such potential will nearly always be so exploited.The Valley continues to seethe with anger. The turmoil shows no signs of abating despite the onset of the holy month of Ramzan. The unrest could yet again become a serious problem for India, with unpleasant implications for its fraught relations with Pakistan. In Jammu, the SAYSS has threatened to take up the issue of the region's allegedly weak representation in power structures and to fight for "justice". The settlement has not neutralised the political agenda of the Jammu agitators, many of them closely allied to the Bharatiya Janata Party. This agenda favours the state's polarisation along regional and religious-communal lines-and eventually, its trifurcation into a predominantly Hindu Jammu region, a Muslim-majority Kashmir Valley, and a primarily Buddhist Ladakh. Multiple blunders have brought J&K to this pass after six years of relative peace under an elected Congress-PDP coalition. After consciously encouraging the yatra, which led to a 25-fold increase in the number of pilgrims over 20 years, the government extended its duration to eight weeks-although the ice lingam survives for only two weeks. All this was seen in the Valley as promoting aggressive Hindutva "nationalism" to counter Kashmiri separatism. Then, in an ill-advised move, largely to placate Hindu-communal sentiment, the government illegally transferred forest land to the SASB. It failed to anticipate the Islamic-separatist reaction, and an even more militant counter-reaction in Jammu to the transfer's cancellation, leading to a violent blockade along the Jammu-Srinagar highway. It refused to lift the blockade until the entire pear crop in the Valley had perished. Meanwhile, the Jammu protests took on an explicitly political and communal character as the BJP fished in the troubled waters with an eye on the Assembly elections. Its rough acid-throwing methods drew an adverse reaction from the rest of India, which is one reason why it withdrew the agitation with relative ease. But the Congress didn't play much better. Its Jammu leaders were partisan towards the communal forces and openly joined the agitation.The display of trishuls and swords by the Jammu agitators along with the National Flag, their open espousal of Hindutva, and their demonisation of all Kashmiri Muslims as "anti-national" only added to the ferocity of the protests in the Valley, and put separatists in their forefront. In the second week of August, the J&K administration cracked down heavily on the Valley, entering people's homes, and arresting hundreds without reason. On August 11, it allowed a several lakh-strong procession to form on the Srinagar-Muzaffarabad highway, and then opened fire on it. Many Kashmiris say the government handled the Jammu agitation with kid gloves, but used brute force in the Valley against peaceful protests: "rubber bullets in Jammu, but live bullets in the Valley". By then, some 40 people had died in the Valley. This only heightened the alienation of the Valley's people from the Indian state and strengthened the separatists, bringing extremists like Syed Ali Shah Geelani out of the woodwork. It's as if Indian policymakers had deluded themselves that popular alienation had disappeared in the last few years with the return of relative normality: The Kashmir economy improved. Tourism boomed. The extremists were isolated. Issues of day-to-day governance became dominant. Why, even The Hurriyat was on the verge of deciding not to issue a call to boycott the Assembly elections, as it usually does!Better sense prevailed around August 15-18, when the government allowed peaceful protests, which are always spirited on India's Independence Day. Governor NN Vohra was determined that there should be no more firing. This had a salutary effect and encouraged the Hurriyat's moderate faction to adopt sober positions.Soon, however, National Security Adviser MK Narayanan intervened. He visited the Valley on August 20 along with the Intelligence Bureau chief and other hardline officials and criticised Governor Vohra for his "soft line" on the Islamic-extremists. Thus began the massive crackdown of August 24-25, when nine Valley districts were handed over to the army, newspapers banned, TV channels shut down, and mobile-telephone SMS services disabled.This cost the Indian state a massive loss of legitimacy. Yet, says Yusuf Tarigami, a Communist Party of India (Marxist) MLA, and a widely respected J&K leader: "Mercifully, popular alienation is not as severe as in the early 1990s, and may yet prove transient." There are a number of differences between the post-1989 climate and the present situation. Then, a variety of armed groups, including the indigenous Hizbul Mujaheedin, were hyperactive in demanding Kashmir's separation from India. They subdued the relatively moderate Hurriyat leadership. Pakistan armed and financed them, and lent them logistical support. The savage repression unleashed by Indian forces helped them build a support base. Today, militant groups can no longer recruit in the Valley. Until recently, extremists had become irrelevant. Kashmir hasn't been a live political issue in Pakistan since the peace process with India started. It still isn't. The most noticeable difference from the past is the bitterness and anger among the youth, who grew up in a climate of violence, humiliation and hatred in the 1990s. Yet, it isn't too late yet to rescue the situation. Contrary to what some critics argue, I take the view that the right to self-determination isn't an absolute right, and must be balanced by considerations of democracy, pluralism and the rights of "minorities within the minorities". It's also probably wrong to view the present, possibly transitory, popular mood in Kashmir as unqualified and categorical endorsement of azadi, especially azadi interpreted as considered support for a sovereign, independent state or for Kashmir's merger with Pakistan. And yet, business-as-usual is NOT an option in J&K. Hardliners like Mr Narayanan indulge in dangerous self-delusion when they declare, as he did on a TV channel on August 30, that Kashmir will become normal "in 10 days' time", presumably without a pro-reconciliation initiative. It simply won't do to underestimate the seriousness of Kashmiri alienation and disgust with the overwhelming presence of Indian security forces in the Valley. The Indian state must radically rethink its Kashmir policy. It must reach out to the Kashmiri people with the offer of a dialogue in earnest and put the issue of autonomy up-front on the table. Such a dialogue must include even extremist pro-azadi leaders.For a dialogue to succeed, four things are essential. First, an opening of the border with Pakistani Kashmir. This will not only facilitate trade and people-to-people exchanges, but also allow the Valley Kashmiris to critically evaluate the quality of life and politics in "Azad Kashmir". Second, genuine implementation and strengthening the special status for Kashmir under Article 370 of the Constitution, which has been greatly diluted. Third, discussion of the regional and interregional autonomy proposals made 10 years ago by the Balraj Puri committee, recommending devolution of power to local/regional bodies. And finally, a thinning out of the presence of Indian security forces in the Valley. The Indian state must gather the courage to take these steps as necessary preconditions to build confidence among the Kashmiris. Or, the Kashmir problem could soon become intractable.
8th sep.2008.kashmir times

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

People living in FOOLS PARADISE

People thinking that A billion dollar package is given to Kashmir are living in the fools paradise.Whatever they send to Kashmir,Firstly more than half of it they divert for Jammu,Remaining they divide between Kashmir and Ladakh.They always tried to subjugate us by their dubious policy of discrimination,oppression and brutal force.We were told India is a secular country and will be a exemplary democracy.Pakistan is a new born nation it has nothing to offer.Our prime minister late Rama Kak wanted Kashmir to remain a buffer state and advocated for Indepedence.Sheikh Abdullah being close to the Indian leaders because of their secular ideas believed Nehru and endorsed the disputed accession to India on the terms that Kashmir will remain as a special entity within Indian union.It will have its own Prime Minister,President,Judiciary,Constitution,A type of Indian federation.Cunning India agreed to these terms and gave it the name Article of 370.This article was also demanded by the Late Maharajha Hari Singh.He also wanted Kashmirs Identity and demography to remain unchanged.This article was a guarantor of India's promises at the time of accession.Unfortunately after 1954 when Sheikh Abdullah sensed rat He started objecting on day to day issues with India,Hence he was arrested and remained in prison for several years.The Kashmiri nation whom He befooled didn’t came to his rescue.Meanwhile while Sheikh was behind bars India made a puppet Prime Minister and started eroding the special status of Kashmir.During Sheikh the kashmir assembly had a power to vote for anything and the decession was binding on India.But while Sheikh gone India corrupted some polititians as Beg,Bakshi and changed the status of kashmir assembly.Posts of P.M and president were removed in 1954,Supreme court of India's Jurisdiction was applied on Kashmir.Kashmir assembly was degraded and now it could not be the same as before.It could vote and pass any thing, but then Govt.of India with its parliament were to take final decision.From that day we became a colony of India ,Slaves,who can be oppressed,Killed in cold blood with impunity.
Whoever raised his voice was suppressed ,Killed, put behind bars,public safety act was passed by which anyone could be detained upto 2 yrs without being tried in a court.These laws were applied to Supress kashmiris.People like Maqbool Bhat were tried on fake cases,Bhat was hanged in Tihar jail in 80's,He was a leader and his voice needed to be silenced.Even after hanging him the democratic India didn't returned his body to Kashmir's.We upto this day don’t know where he has been buried in India.Leaders who thought to try India's farce election 's ,Leaders Syed Salahudin,with his polling agents Yasin Malik,Javed mir etc.,were roughed up in police stations by Congress National conference government.Kashmiris rose again in 1990 and asked for freedom.Their voice was again silenced with un relented force of India.massacares,Burning alive people by Indian army,Burning houses with gun powder,Killing people in cold blood became order of the day.In Singh pora Pattan 2 kashmiri youth were roasted alive in dry paddy grass by Indian army.All because they wanted freedom from the slavery of India.As if this much was not enough India lured Kashmiri Hindus from Kashmir so that it can decimate kashmiri Muslim population so that later it can resettle Hindus both Kashmiri as well as Indian citizens on our land.This process is going on and on and on.Plus to it To achieve more and more benefits from India These fugitive Kashmiri Hindus started pouring venom against kashmiri muslims,They started telling false tales about their mass killings ,oppression etc.I recently went through a web site of these fugitives,What I read was shocking.They had written that Kahmiri Muslims raped their women cut their breasts etc.All record for such thing ever happening in Kashmir.These Kashmiri Hindus are mischief mongers and nothing else.


Muslims In China Slaughtered

The slaughtering of Uigurs by Chinese occupation forces and its Han groups has once again reopened the history of occupation and slavery.This time it’s the Muslims of urumchi, The Uigurs.Uigurs as Kashmiri Muslims are a proud race and have a relationship dating back to centuries. As Israel the proxy of America and other western powers in the middle east ,China setteled the han ethnic groups in uigur dominated areas and changed the demography of that place.When Kashmiris opposed to the Land transfer to Hindus last Year they were having the same fears as India is also no angel and its oppression and atrocities on Kashmiris are well known..Lets pray for the Uigurs and the Tibetians .They are facing the same type of oppression and genocide as Kashmiris face.





Orphans of Driver Lateef Ahmad

Orphans of Driver Lateef Ahmad
He was lynched by Hindu mob because He was a Kashmiri Muslim



22 Bloody days of Gaza

Israel should be branded a terrorist state for its 22-day assault on the Gaza Strip, Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad told the Arab summit.“Arabs should declare an unequivocal support for the Palestinian resistance ... I call on the Arab summit to officially declare Israel as a terrorist state for the crime it did in Gaza,” Assad said.“Ceasefire does not mean the end of aggression as the invading forces are still in Gaza,” the Syrian leader said, urging “Arab solidarity... for our causes.”The Syrian president stressed that the divisions among Palestinians have made the Israeli aggression easier, which also reflected the Arab division, expressing his hope that Palestinians would overcome their divisions through ending the violence in Gaza, seeking the pullout of Israeli forces, lifting the blockade and opening border crossings. Al-Assad also called on Arab nations to take further steps to promote the Arab economic integration and respond to the global financial crisis, saying integration can ensure less losses and protect Arab economies from future crises. An Arab initiative for peace with Israel is “dead” and Arab countries should end all ties with the Jewish state, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said Friday. Speaking at an emergency meeting held for Gaza in Doha, Assad said “all direct and indirect” ties with Israel should be cut in protest at its offensive in Gaza.“I consider the Arab initiative with Israel “dead”, he said. – Agencies