Protesters demand restoration of IIOJK’s pre Aug 2019 position

Jammu, November 18 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, an anti-protest march was held in Jammu against anti-Kashmiris laws and measures introduced by Modi-led fascist Indian government to change the demography of the territory. The march was organized by Jammu and Kashmir United Peace Movement, an amalgam of different organizations including Sikh Intellectual […]

Protesters demand restoration of IIOJK’s pre Aug 2019 position
Jammu, November 18 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, an anti-protest march was held in Jammu against anti-Kashmiris laws and measures introduced by Modi-led fascist Indian government to change the demography of the territory. The march was organized by Jammu and Kashmir United Peace Movement, an amalgam of different organizations including Sikh Intellectual Circle Jammu and Kashmir, Nature Human Center People Movement, Progressive People Forum and Forum for Peace and Territorial Integrity of Jammu and Kashmir. The protest was held to highlight the problems being faced by the people of Jammu and Kashmir, particularly after August 05, 2019 when India in violation of all international norms and laws revoked special status of the occupied territory. The protesters were carrying banners and placards with slogans like “End Policies of Conquering and end mindsets of confrontation” and “End Politics of Communal Hatred”. The participants of the march asked for peaceful solution of the long-drawn Kashmir dispute through dialogue. They also demanded restoration of pre-August 5, 2019, position in IIOJK, withdrawal of new land laws, protection of land and job rights to the permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir and restoration of the high speed Internet service in the territory. Among others who addressed the protest demonstration include United Peace Movement Chairman Himmat Singh, Progressive People Forum Chairman Mohammad Rashid Qureshi Advocate, Forum for Peace and Territorial Integrity of J&K President I.D. Khajuria, Sikh Intellectual Circle J&K President Sardar Narinder Singh Khalsa, Sheikh Abdul Rehman and Dedar Singh.