Occupied Kashmir: 13 Kashmiris martyred in September


Srinagar: Indian forces martyred 13 Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir in September. The occupying authorities have suspended all the officers and staff of Dargah Hazrat Bil, the Hurriyat Conference says that the occupying forces are killing Kashmiri youth to suppress the demand for self-determination. Figures released by the research department of Kashmir Media Service. According to statistics, 9 Kashmiris were martyred in various fake encounters.

Eight youths were seriously injured due to the brutal use of force by Indian paramilitary and police personnel in Occupied Kashmir during one month.

According to data from Occupied Kashmir, at least 157 citizens and political activists were arrested and most of them were charged with black laws under the Public Safety Act (PSA) and the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). During this period, 248 operations of siege and search and house raids were carried out and one residential house was damaged. Meanwhile, the fascist government of Bharatiya Janata Party interfered in the religious affairs of Muslims under the guise of Jammu and Kashmir Waqf Board. Continuing the series, all the officers and staff of Dargah Hazrat Bil have been ordered to be suspended.

The Chairperson of Occupied Kashmir Waqf Board has ordered the suspension of all the officers and staff of Dargah Hazrat Bill on the occasion of Eid Milad-un-Nabi (peace be upon him). On the occasion of the sudden visit of the public complaints were made. The order said that the concerned officers and staff have failed to provide adequate facilities to the devotees despite repeated orders and instructions.

In view of this, all the officers and staff of Dargah Hazrat Bil in Occupied Kashmir have been immediately suspended for serious negligence in their duties. It is clear that the occupying authorities have appointed Bharatiya Janata Party executive member Dr. Derakhshan Andrabi as the Chairperson of the Jammu and Kashmir Waqf Board.

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