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Archive for August 9th, 2010

‘Demilitarize Kashmir, revoke black laws’

Posted by Admin on August 9, 2010

Supporters of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front, led by leader Amanullah Khan, center, in sunglasses, stage a rally, demanding freedom of Kashmir near Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistani Kashmir, in April 7, 2004

New Delhi, Aug 8: The Kashmiris who staged a sit-in outside the Jantar Mantra here on Saturday evening demanded demilitarization of the Valley, revocation of draconian laws AFSPA, J&K-PSA, Disturbed Areas Act and release of all political prisoners arrested in last 21 years.

The participants comprising, teachers, journalists, students, businessmen also demanded allowing of international agencies to investigate into the mass graves in Kashmir and the crimes against humanity committed by armed forces and holding of dialogue with Kashmiris.

Faculty of Delhi University SAR Geelani, who spoke in the meeting was unequivocal about the demand for Kashmir freedom. Revolutionary poet Vara Vara Rao who was an emissary of the present CPI (Maoist) asserted that the people of Kashmir were not alone in their struggle against Indian State. He pointed out that the masses of Dankaranya, Orissa, West Bengal, Bihar and Jharkhand were with the struggle for freedom of the people of Kashmir. Read the rest of this entry »

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