On Friday, the occupiers used Tier Gas for the inhabitants of the stone in Srinagar, the main city of Kashmir, India. Police attempted to enter Sura, which emerged as the center of the protest, when hundreds of locals marched in protest against the decision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the decision to withdraw autonomy in the territory of the Kashmir conflict on August 5th.
A major city in the Muslim city
This night, a poster appeared in Srinagar, a major city in the Muslim city, marching to the UN Military Observer Group offices in India and Pakistan to protest the Indian decision. This was the first call of the Kashmiri leadership. India's move was accompanied by travel and communications restrictions in Kashmir, where some landline phones were restored last week, but still in most places.
In the narrow lane of Sura, where many were blocked by rocks and metal sheets, residents were told to move to the area around the local temple Jinab Sahib, which was wrapped in prayer on Friday as police throw stones. Blocked. Police responded with several tear gas and pepper grenades, but dozens of stoners were hit. Some men suffered from pellet injuries.
Locals say the occupying forces are repeatedly trying to move to Soura using tear gas and pellets. We are not safe at home," Loop refused to give his name. He was rubbing salt on his face to prevent the effects of tear gas. The afternoon began peacefully and the men and women flowed into Jinab Sahib Mosque for prayer. Later, a priest called “Aza di” several times and declared Kashmir's allegiance to Pakistan.
The clergy say, “I live long in Pakistan
US President Donald Trump will discuss Kashmir when he meets India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G7 meeting in France this weekend, a senior US official said Thursday. President Trump, who proposed mediation between India and Pakistan, would press Prime Minister Mosh on plans to ease regional tensions after Kashmir's withdrawal of autonomy, stressing the need for dialogue, officials said.
According to data released by the Indian military at two major hospital shows in the Himalayan region, since the Indian military began to crack down, tear-offs of 152 people have been damaged by tear gas and pellets. Except for some stores halfway with shutters, Srinagar's large cotton swabs are left abandoned with the store closed.
Police vans patrolled some areas that signaled curfew times and asked people to stay indoors. In Dal Lake, as long as the police patrolled the mirrored calm water on the boat, a long row of boats full of tourists were usually closed and empty at this time of year.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Safron and drug control minister Shehryar Afridi called for the rescue of 10 million Kasmiris trapped in the world's largest prison called Kashmir (IHK) held by the world. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's footsteps in Adolf Hitler in Hannover, India, addressing the procession that Pakistan and Kashmir delegates took to solidarity with the IHK people. According to a statement issued here, Prime Minister Apridi said [Mid India Narendra] Mody was an Asian Hitler who was involved in the genocide of Indian Kashmiri and ethnic minorities.
He said the world must intervene to avoid human disaster in Kashmir, with more than a million Indian troops in the conflict zone, turning into a huge prison where about 10 million Kasmiris were detained. He said Kasiris was not connected to the outside world as all communications, food supplies and medicines were blocked.
He said human rights violations are a major challenge for world conscience, because Kashmir was a nuclear ignition confined by two neighbors of nuclear weapons in a decade-old dispute with Kashmir. But what Modi doesn't know is that these gags and detentions can't break Kashmir's commitment to freedom. India has killed more than 100,000 Kashmiri youth, but the spark of freedom has spread.
The Minister urged the world community
Minister urged the world community to intervene in the situation with food and medicines needed by children and the elderly. He said the blockade of communication aims to keep the world dark against the massacre of the occupied valleys. Pakistan added that it could not be a silent spectator about the gravity of the situation, adding. We are delivering a message of peace and going to the world capital to light up the world of the situation in Kashmir, India.
Since world peace is connected with the situation in Kashmir, the world conscience must live according to the situation. Kashmir added that two countries armed with nuclear weapons cannot continue to be in conflict. The minister recently told a special meeting of the United Nations Security Council in Kashmir that the world is living in Kashmir more than ever. But we won't be idle now. More lawmakers will visit the world capitals.
We will continue to ruin our world conscience until Kasmiris is given the right to choose Pakistan and India until the UN intervenes in Kashmir. According to a recent UN report on human rights, he claimed that Indian forces were involved in the systematic mass murder of Kasmiris. Afridi said Pakistan will raise the issue of Kashmir at all world forums.
Another Multi Party Conference
Another multi-party conference (MPC) of the opposition party is being held on Monday (today), but Pakistan Muslim League-Nawas (PML-N) President Shabaz Sharif and Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari Will not attend. The agenda of the conference focuses on the latest developments in the Kashmir conflict, the one-year achievements of the Pakistani Te Khriy Insaif government, and the "some" responsibilities that are undertaken to crush opposition leaders.
It will be the second MPC in three months. Maulana Fazlur Rehman, chief of the JUI-F (Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam) faction, convened the first MPC to find ways to overthrow the government. A fresh conference at 11 am at the local hotel was called by Maulana Fazl. According to PML-N, Shahbaz Sharif cannot attend MPC due to injuries, such as received at a public meeting held on Independence Day. But the party announced a panel of senior leaders. They are Khawaja Asif, Ahsan Iqbal and Ayaz Sadiq.
PPP director Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari will have a rally in Skardu, so he will not attend the MPC. The rally was scheduled long before the MPC date was determined. PPP leaders to attend the event include Yousuf Raza Gilani, Sherry Rehman, Farhatullah Babar, and Nayyar Bukhari.
Maulana Fazl will chair the MPC
What happened after the failure of the opposition's untrusted move to Senator Saadik Sandsrani, the opposition party, will be reviewed by the MPC, and the course of action in the future will be devised. In late night development, Maulana Fazlur Rehman of JUI-F ran to Zardari House and convinced PPP president Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari to attend the MPC. Maulana Fazl was with JUI-F leaders Ghafoor Haideri and Akram Khan Durrani.
PPP leaders Farhatullah Babar and Senator Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar also attended the meeting. After the meeting, Khokhar told Dawn that the PPP chairman would be in Gilgit-Baltistan on Monday, so he could not attend the MPC. "We've already told me that Bilawal won't hold a meeting on that date because Bilawal will be participating in Gilgit-Baltistan many times," he added.
He said that the JUI-F governor discussed the decision and the MPC agenda with President Bhutsardar. The senator said that the delegation of the Hurriyat Conference, a Kashmir-based party, would also attend the meeting and explain to the participants about the current situation of Kashmir occupied by India.