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 سرینگر//جماعت اسلامی جموں و کشمیر بھارت کے وزیر خزانہ مسٹر ارون جیٹلی کے اس بیان جس میں انہوں نے کشمیر کو بھارت کا اٹوٹ انگ قرار دے کر سرحدوں کو ناقابل تبدیل جتلایا ہے کو غیر حقیقت پسندانہ قرار دیتے ہوئے، مسئلہ کشمیر کے متعلق اپنے اس مؤقف کو دہراتی ہے کہ یہ مسئلہ ہنوز حل طلب ہے اور جب تک اس مسئلے کو اقوام متحدہ کے سلامتی کونسل میں پاس شدہ قرار دادوں کے مطابق کشمیری عوام کے استصواب رائے کے ذریعے حل نہیں کیا جاتا تب تک جنوبی ایشیا کے اس عظیم خطے میں پائیدار امن کا قائم ہونا محال ہے اور غیر یقینی صورتحال کے ہوتے ہوئے کوئی علاقہ حقیقی ترقی اور خوشحالی سے ہمکنار نہیں ہوسکتا ہے۔سرحدیں انسانوں کی قائم کردہ ہیں اور تبدیلیاں ان کی فطرت ہے خاص کر جہاں طاقت کے بل پر کسی لکیر کو نام نہاد سرحد کا نام دے کر، متعلقہ عوام کے حقوق کو غصب کیا جائے نیز اسمبلی یا پارلیمانی انتخابات کے انعقاد سے اس مسئلے کی نوعیت پر کوئی اثر ہوا ہے نہ ہو سکتا ہے اور نہ ہی اس قسم کا کوئی عمل سیاسی مستقبل سے متعلق عوامی استصواب رائے کا نعم البدل ہو سکتا ہے۔ جنوبی ایشیائی خطے کی حقیقی بھلائی اسی میں ہے کہ ہند و پاک کی حکومتیں کشمیری عوام کے حقیقی نمائندوں سے مل کر اس دیرینہ انسانی مسئلے کا کوئی ایسا مستقل حل تلاش کریں جو عوامی امنگوں کا آئینہ دار ہو کیونکہ اس بارے میں یہاں کے عوام کو ہی حتمی فیصلہ کرنے کا اختیار دیا گیا ہے جس کا ثبوت سلامتی کونسل کی قرار دادیں ہیں جن پر دونوں ممالک کے اُس وقت کے سربراہوں اور نمائندوں کے دستخط بھی ثبت ہیں۔
جماعت اسلامی بھارتی حکومت کے ذمہ داروں پرزور دیتی ہے کہ وہ ایسے غیر منصفانہ اور خلاف حقیقت بیانات دینے سے احتراز کریں جن سے اگر چہ حقیقت تو بدل نہیں سکتی ہے لیکن یہاں کے محکوم و مظلوم عوام کے دل بری طرح مجروح ہوتے ہیں اور اُن کے جذبات کو شدید ٹھیس پہنچتی ہے۔ بہتر یہی ہے کہ اس دیرینہ انسانی مسئلے کو یہاں کے عوام کی اُمنگوں اور خواہشات کے مطابق حل کرانے کی خاطر، کسی مزید تاخیر کے بغیر ضروری اقدامات کرکے، انصاف پسندی اور جمہور نوازی کا برملا اظہار کیا جائے۔

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Thursday, 04 December 2014 00:00

Youth arrested for questioning body frisking

Srinagar: Police on Thursday afternoon arrested a youth for allegedly questioning the body search by a naka party near Press Enclave.
Eyewitnesses said the youth was asked to remove his arms from pheran and put hands up. A journalist who was eyewitness to the incident said the youth removed his pheran and sarcastically told the police, "Should I remove my pants too" and objected to body frisking.
"This made the naka party furious who whisked him away in police jeep," eyewitnesses said.
According to eyewitnesses, the youth before being arrested shouted at the photo journalists saying, "I am from Bandipora".
Heavy security arrangements have been made in city ahead of Prime Minister's visit to Srinagar on Decemeber 8.

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A paramilitary CRPF man was killed and two police men and equal number of CRPF personnel and three civilians injured in a grenade explosion in Pahoo village of this South Kashmir district.
Police sources said CRPF men, who were on duty near the bridge in Pahoo village, came under attack when suspected militants hurled a hand grenade towards them.
The grenade exploded with a big bang, causing injuries to eight people including three CRPF men, three civilians and two police men.
The injured were rushed to Pulwama district hospital, where doctors declared ASI of CRPF’s 183 battalion, Shamsher Singh brought dead. He had succumbed to injuries on way to the hospital.
“After preliminary treatment, eight other injured were referred to different hospitals in Srinagar for specialized treatment,” the police official said.
SSP Pulwama Tejinder Singh confirmed the grenade attack and said two police men were among the injured.
The injured cops were identified as Muhammad Zakir and Manzoor Ahmad.
“The injured CRPF men Muhammad Iqbal and Uttam Chand were shifted to army base hospital in Badamibagh, Srinagar,” a CRPF spokesperson said.
The injured civilians identified as Wasim Ahmad, Gulzar Ahmad and Zahoor Ahmad have been rushed to SMHS hospital, Srinagar for further treatment.
After the grenade attack, Pahoo village was cordoned off by police and paramilitary forces to nab the attackers. Senior police, CRPF and army official visited the spot to take stock of the situation.
In adjoining Shopian district, a ruling National Conference (NC) Sarpanch was killed on Sunday evening while a PDP sarpanch was injured in militant attack on Monday.
The Pulwama district is slated to go to polls on December 9 in third phase of assembly elections. Security has been beefed up in the area ahead of the polls.

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The Chief of Jamaat e Islami J&K Mohammad Abdullah Wani in a conversation with Kashmir Reader’s Bro Iqbal Kirmani Sahab.

KR : Reportedly , you supported PDP in 2008 Assembly polls?


Wani : It is a lie. We never supported any pro-India political party. For us, NC and PDP are same. Both these parties have a secular agenda. There is no question of supporting any of them. If ever a Jamaat member voted, we have taken action against him. Jamaat is a cadre based organisation and our cadres strictly follow the orders and desist from polls. May be someone, who attended our programs would have voted, that doesn’t mean that we have voted or supported any party. We can’t take action against a person who just attends our function. We aren’t answerable for their actions.

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Tuesday, 02 December 2014 00:00

Elderly, differently-abled forced to cast vote

It was a sad day for the elderly and differently-abled men and women who were brought on shoulders by polling agents of different parties to polling booths during polling in north Kashmir’s Kupwara, Handwara and Langate constituencies on Tuesday.
Saaja Begum, 92, of Langate is suffering from cataract and diabetic retinopathy. Besides, she could hardly walk. But Saaja said she was taken to a polling booth “against her will”.
“I am at my death bed but these people don’t understand what it feels like in this age. I requested them again and again not to take me out but they didn’t listen. I even don’t know where I am now. You tell me how a blind old lady can cast vote?” Saaja told
Similarly, in Handwara constituency, some physically challenged people were brought on shoulders to cast their vote. According to locals, polling agents of parties went to their homes and brought them to polling booths.
Irshad Ahmed, 66, said he did not want to vote but he was told that it was his appointment with the doctor. “Few young boys came to my home. They somehow convinced my family but I was told that I have to go to hospital for an urgent checkup. And now they are asking me to cast vote.”
Irshad said he was upset with his family “and the boys too who did not think of my health and preferred voting over my life”.
Irshad want alone in this respect as several other physically challenged persons were also seen to be ferried to the booths.
“I am here since morning. I wish you were here too so that you would see how many others like Irshad were brought here against their will. I don’t know which party they (polling agents) belong to but I saw them explaining which button they (voter) should press. Later I got to know they were the workers who roamed here for whole day and were bringing them one after another,” Tahira Farooq, a second year college student, said.
In Kupwara, Aaisha Begum, 87, whose leg was fractured and could hardly walk was also brought forcibly to cast her vote.

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 Hurriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani Tuesday called for complete shutdown in Kashmir on December 8 against the proposed visit of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Geelani also appealed people to register evening protests after Magrib prayers against election process and Modi’s visit.
“We should convey through our resentment that the elections under the shade of gun can’t deter us from carrying the pro-freedom cause and carrying our mission to its logical conclusion," Hurriyat G spokesman told Rising Kashmir.
"Until we don't achieve freedom from India, we will boycott elections because India portrays these election as our consent. This wrong image has proved detrimental for our freedom movement," he said, quoting the Hurriyat leader.

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Tuesday, 02 December 2014 00:00

Kunan-poshpora rises in protest

Kupwara: People of Kunan-poshpora villages in this frontier district Tuesday held protest demonstrations outside polling booths established in the area.
The protesters including victims of mass rape were carrying banners and placards. They were raising pro-freedom slogans and demanding justice.
“Soon after the protest started in the area, polling was halted for about twenty minutes. It was later resumed following the intervention by authorities,” said eyewitnesses.

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Clashes erupted between anti-election protesters and government forces in Home Shalibugh constituency of Kashmir where a dismal 1.2 percent voter turnout was recorded till 10 am Tuesday.

Reports said the clashes took place in Rampora and Raidwani villages near Khudwani in Homeshalibugh, a Jama'at-i-Islami stronghold, which is represented by the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) Gaffar Sofi.

A Jammu Kashmir Police official said a patrolling party of CRPF men came under intense stone pelting by youths which resulted in clashes.

Few CRPF men sustained minor injuries, he said.

The youths were shouting pro-freedom and anti-India elections, reports said.

The Homeshalibugh constituency, part of Kulgam region, is one of the 18 constituencies which are going to polls today in the second phase of assembly elections in the state.

"Most polling booths are wearing a deserted look with only government forces and polling officials present inside them," an eyewitness told Authint Mail.

A press statement by Election Commission of India said the constituency recorded the lowest voter turnout of 1.2 percent on Tuesday in the region with an overall turnout of around 10 percent.

The Jama'at has a strong presence in the constituency and the sentiment for freedom runs high in many villages of Homeshalibugh.

Clashes also erupted in the adjoining Kaimoh village where few CRPF personnel were injured Monday evening in stone throwing incidents.

 

Outside a polling booth in Bugam, paramilitary forces and Army soldiers manned roads as young men huddled in groups to discuss “poll boycott.” The scene inside the booth reflected the picture outside.
“None of the 416 voters registered here has turned up to cast the vote,” an official on duty said in the afternoon.
Bugam is one of the scores of villages in Kulgam, considered to be a stronghold of the socio-religious political organization, Jamaat-e-Islami (JI).
Reflecting on the polling scenario, the young men outside the booth said, “Don’t you know we always boycott polls? There is complete boycott.” Today, it was. But, village after village, the strongholds of Jamaat, mood was in total contrast to Bugam: a trend even described by the sitting MLA and “communist” MY Targami himself as “element of concern”.

The poll boycott call (of Jammat) was addressed to everyone. But we saw the results of boycott call by the pro-freedom groups,” said former Amir-e-Jamaat, Sheikh Ghulam Hassan, who is a native of Tarigam.
To a question why people voted in JI strongholds in Kulgam, Hassan said: “We guarantee that our top ranks and their families don’t participate in election but we can’t ensure poll boycott by our sympathizers and voters.”

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Al'Quraan

The woman and the man guilty of illegal sexual intercourse, flog each of them with a hundred stripes. Let not pity withhold you in their case, in a punishment prescribed by Allah, if you believe in Allah and the Last Day. And let a party of the believers witness their punishment. (This punishment is for unmarried persons guilty of the above crime but if married persons commit it, the punishment is to stone them to death, according to Allah's Law).

Al'Quraan Surah Noor

Prophet Mohammad PBUH

Narrated: Abu Huraira (R.A) that a man said to the Prophet, sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam: "Advise me! "The Prophet (PBUH) said, "Do not become angry and furious." The man asked (the same) again and again, and the Prophet said in each case, "Do not become angry and furious." [Al-Bukhari; Vol. 8 No. 137]

Sunan Abu-Dawud.

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