Two militants and an army man have been killed in an ongoing encounter between government forces and militants in Marhama Sangam village of Bijbehara belt in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Tuesday
Ansar Gazwat-ul-Hind commander Zakir Musa has been killed in a gunfight with Indian army in Daddsara village of Tral in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
“Kashmir is a situation in which anything can happen at any time. It’s like a pressure cooker. More and more young people are joining militancy”.
“However, Imran Khan must do more about Kashmir. We have to resolve that issue. We have to save the Kashmiri people, and we must involve them in the peace process. Nobody in the Indian subcontinent has suffered or struggled more than Kashmiris.
AGREEMENT BETWEEN MILITARY REPRESENTATIVES OF INDIA AND PAKISTAN REGARDING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CEASE FIRE LINE IN THE STATE OF JAMMU KASHMIR
“Do you really have the nerve to be talking about Yasin Malik? Can you jog your memory a bit and recall that did you not as Chief Minister in 1987 chase a young rebellious Yasin Malik from being a rebel within the political system to picking up arms?
“I feel the only way is through dialogue and political settlement of the Kashmir issue not through military means,” Imran stressed.
“India is suffering from the arrogance of power and has tried its best to muzzle our voice, but has utterly failed to do so, and the Indian might can never deter us from our much-cherished goal of right to self-determination,”
People also stayed away from the election process at several areas in lower belt of Rafiabad including Ferozpora, Drusu, Saidpora, Parraypora recorded zero Percent votes. In Hajjin area of Bandipora, only 61 votes were polled out of 8171
Jammu and Kashmir have recorded over 46 per cent turnout in Jammu and Baramulla constituencies, where voting is underway in the first phase of Lok Sabha elections,