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    Indian Army using Israeli made chemical to burn Kashmiris and their houses: Report

    SRINAGAR- In Occupied Kashmir , Indian occupational forces continue the use of Israel-made chemical substance to destroy houses and burn bodies of Kashmiri youth during cordon and search operations in the Valley.

    The troops used highly inflammable chemical compound RD 2PNG to destroy houses in Balhama area of Khonmoh on the outskirts of Srinagar, Radio Pakistan has reported.

    One of the three bodies, recovered from the debris of a house was burnt beyond recognition by the use of the same chemical substance.

    Hurriyet leaders and organizations, including APHC Chairman, Syed Ali Gilani, in their separate statements in Srinagar termed the anti-Kashmir remarks of Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh Chief Mohan Bhagwat as the reflection of the fascist ideology of Hindu extremist organization.

    The forum said the act of eulogizing the occupational army for keeping the territory and its people under forcible control is highly condemnable.


    Kashmiri detainees in Indian jails subjected to worst torture

    SRINAGAR - In occupied Kashmir , Chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Gilani, has expressed deep concern over the plight of Kashmiri detainees languishing in different jails in and outside occupied valley.

    In a statement in Srinagar, he said the Kashmiri political detainees are being harassed, intimidated and subjected to political vendetta on one pretext or the other.

    Syed Ali Gilani said the detainees are ill-treated and humiliated for their affiliation with the freedom movement.

    Meanwhile, the Hurriyat forum led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq in a statement also expressed serious concern over the unabated human rights violations including harassment and detention of youth and the frequent search operations in every nook and corner of the territory.

    Hurriyat forum urged the world human rights bodies to take strong notice of these human rights violations committed by the Indian forces in occupied Kashmir .


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    Kashmiri Child raped by Indian Occupiers

    DNA test confirms Kathua rape-cum-murder victim Asifa was held captive in temple

    Eight-year-old rape-and-murder victim Asifa Bano was held captive at a temple in Kathua before being murdered
    , DNA report has suggested.

    Quoting sources, GNS news agency said the DNA test of hair strands recovered by the crime branch of Jammu and Kashmir Police from Devsthan temple in Rassana village has matched with Asifa’s hair.

    One of the accused in the case had earlier confessed during interrogation that the girl was held captive at the temple.

    “The crime site was searched and the hair strands were found and sent to Forensic Laboratory (FSL) New Delhi. The report confirmed that they were that of Asifa,” said the report.

    The report was received by the crime branch on Tuesday along with the postmortem report which has also confirmed that sedatives were used to knock her unconscious.

    An official of the crime branch, according to the report, said that the charge sheet will be filed after they receive the medical report.

    Nine accused, including the alleged mastermind Sanji Ram – an ex-bureaucrat – and his son vishal Kumar, a police head constable, two SPOs and a sub-inspector of police
    , have been arrested in the case.

    Sanji Ram, who according to the police is the mastermind in the abduction, rape and murder of minor girl, surrendered before the police on March 20. His surrender came after the arrest of his son Vishal – a BSc Agriculture student -from Meerut area of Uttar Pradesh.

    Ram, said to be linked with the Hindu Ekta Manch, motivated special police officer Deepak Khajuria to kidnap, rape and murder the eight-year-old victim with the intention of driving out nomadic families of Muslim origin from Jammu’s Rasana village.

    The girl was kidnapped on January 10, after which she was allegedly drugged and raped. Her mutilated body was recovered on January 17.

    The Hindu Ekta Manch, an NGO backed by the BJP, has been demanding a CBI investigation into the incident. Others backing the demand are BJP ministers Chander Prakash Ganga and Lal Singh, besides minister of state in the PMO Jitendra Singh.


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    Indian occupation forces in #Kashmir using babies and children as human shields today during gunfight in Khudwani area, Kulgam district.


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    Jammu policemen face charges over Asifa's rape, killing

    Court filing by police lays bare circumstances of eight-year-old Muslim girl's death in mainly Hindu district of Kathua.

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    A retired government official and four policemen have been charged over the gang rape and murder of an eight-year-old Muslim girl in Indian-administered [occupied] Kashmir.

    The retired official, Sanji Ram, ordered his nephew and a policeman to kidnap the girl, Asifa, in January to terrorise members of her nomadic Bakerwal community into leaving Kathua district in the region's mainly Hindu Jammu division, according to a court filing.

    The girl was heavily sedated, kept in a Hindu temple, and gang-raped by at least three men over the course of four days in mid-January, the police said in the charge sheet made public on Tuesday.

    She was later strangled and her body was found in the forest near the temple. One of the three suspected rapists was a policeman.

    Another officer, Anand Dutta, who was initially in charge of the investigation, took more than $6,000 in bribes to cover up the crime, according to the police. Dutta even washed the clothes Asifa was wearing at the time of her death to remove any blood or semen stains, they said. He is among a total of eight suspects who have been detained over Asifa's rape and murder. All eight are Hindu.

    Residents of Kathua's mainly Hindu community
    , however, claim the men are innocent and have protested against their arrest for months.

    Several officials of India's governing Hindu nationalist BJP have also rushed to the suspects' defence
    , organising marches against their detention, while lawyers of Jammu's Bar Association blocked the entrance to a local court to prevent the police from filing charges against the suspects.

    Asifa's murder was a "well-planned crime to create fear among the Muslims in Kathua and drive them away from their homes in the Hindu-majority area",
    Hussain said, noting an increase in conflict between local Hindus and the Bakerwals over land disputes in recent years.

    The police, in the court filing, also said rivalry between the two groups had grown, with members filing various complaints against each other.

    The Bakerwals, who herd goats and sheep, spend the winter months in the plains of Jammu and migrate to highland pastures to graze their animals.

    In recent years, some of them have started to settle in permanent homes.

    Ram, who planned Asifa's abduction, was "against the settlement" of Bakerwals in Kathua and "always kept on motivating members of his community of the area not to provide land for grazing or any other kind of assistance"
    , the charge sheet said.

    Prior to the attack, he imposed fines at least two members of the Bakerwal community for using a pond and a forest near his land for watering and grazing their cattle, the police said.

    Ram had even campaigned against one of his neighbours for selling land to a Bakerwal
    , the police said, adding that ultimately, Asifa, being a child, "became a soft target" of the growing rivalry.

    'Rein in the mob'

    Himanshu Sharma, a Jammu lawyer who has rallied in defence of the accused, called the state police's investigation "flawed". He claimed Muslim policemen from Kashmir valley were involved in the probe, and demanded the federal Central Bureau of Investigation look in to the case instead.

    The Bar Association, for its part, called for a general strike in Kathua on Wednesday, prompting a police investigation of disruption against them.

    "There is only one reason men accused of such a heinous crime have widespread public support: like the majority of people in Kathua, the suspects are Hindu; the girl was a Muslim,"
    wrote Samar Halarnkar in the Scroll on Thursday. He said Asifa's rape and murder marked a "defining moment" for India.

    The BJP must "rein in the mob", he said, adding that it "must stand for what is just and lawful, qualities they have frequently abandoned when minorities are involved".

    Sunil Sethi, a BJP official in Jammu and Kashmir, denied the charge, saying they too "demand justice for the victim".
    Silence at the centre

    While the BJP's defence of the accused has been "loud" at the state level, at the national level its silence has been deafening, wrote Monobina Gupta, managing editor of The Wire news website, referring to Modi's lack of comment on the case.

    The noise at the state level accompanied by the silence at the national level feed into each other, she said, "promoting [a] culture of impunity for law-breakers who target Muslims and other marginalised sections".

    Responding to the anger over Asifa's murder, Mehbooba Mufti, the chief minister for Jammu and Kashmir, whose PDP party rules the state in an alliance with the BJP, pledged on Thursday to introduce the death penalty for child rapists.

    "We will never let another child suffer in this way," she wrote on Twitter.

    Many others also took to Twitter to question why opposition leader Rahul Gandhi's had failed to comment, after which the president of the Indian National Congress party called for a "silent, peaceful, candlelit vigil" in New Delhi.

    Thousands joined the vigil at India Gate monument on Thursday night to demand justice for women.

    Dozens of women's rights activists and students, already angered by what they called police reluctance to investigate a BJP politician over the rape of a 15-year-old in Uttar Pradesh, also took to the streets of New Delhi on Thursday in protest against the two cases.

    But other Twitter users lamented what they called a muted response.

    They noted how another attack in 2012, the fatal gang rape of a young woman dubbed Nirbhaya, had moved hundreds of thousands of Indians to take to the streets in protest.

    Asifa is "another Nirbhaya," wrote Shaili Chopra, a rights activist. "We need collective disobedience against rape in India - if these cases don't shake the conscience of this nation, what will?"


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    Indian soldiers rape a Kashmiri girl and film the incident.

    A 24-year-old Kashmiri girl has made serious allegations of rape by Indian soldiers CRPF personnel inside a camp here, prompting police to register a case and start investigations, police said.

    The woman, hailing from the Mandi area of Poonch district, lodged a written complaint with police station Domana yesterday, alleging that she was waylaid by a group of three CRPF personnel, taken inside their camp and raped by one of them on March 10, a police official said. The woman alleged that the accused filmed the assault and threatened to release the video on social media if she disclosed the incident to police or someone else.

    “I had alighted from a bus around 7.30 pm and was on way to my relative’s home. I lost my way and was intercepted by three personnel in uniform outside their camp half an hour later. They took me inside on the pretext of helping me and instead one of them raped me,”
    the woman said in her complaint.

    The official said a case under various sections of the Ranbir Penal Code, including rape and wrongful confinement, were registered against the unidentified personnel and an investigation was taken up.

    Based on the outcome of the investigation, some more charges, including that under the Information Technology Act, would be added to the FIR, he said.


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