Feb 19, 2018

Ghasibo Suno! A Letter To Indian Army by Imran Khushal

تمھاری گولیاں، ہمارےسینے
بھارتی فوجیوں کے نام کھلا خط  ۔۔۔۔۔ازطرف عمران خوشحال

Feb 6, 2018

Indian shelling hits more villages, wounds 1 in Azad Kashmir

In its second week of continued shelling, Indian forces targeted Chowki, Marohta and adjacent villages of Kotli’s Khuiratta sector.

The shelling, which started on Sunday evening and continued for hours, wounded Hadiqa Faiz, a 19-year-old resident of Chowki, a village about 5 kilometers from the line of control.

“Indian Army fired 19 rockets in about five hours and one targeted our house”, Raja Anwaar, a resident of the village said.

“It smashed the parapet, damaged the vehicle and destroyed the water tank, doors, and windows”, Anwaar added.

Sunday’s firing was second “heaviest shelling” after last week's shelling which wounded 8, according to the residents of the area.

“The silence of politicians, Pakistan army, media and peace organizations is ironic”, a local said.

Pakistan Inter services Public Relation office did not issue any press release about the shelling.

Feb 4, 2018

Why is Kashmir engulfed in political crisis?

Political crisis brews in India-held Kashmir as police files murder charges against army after recent killings in Shopian.

According to different news outlets, the coalition government of India’s ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party and the local People’s Democratic Party is drifting apart.

An FIR was launched by Jammu and Kashmir Police against an army unit over the shooting of two civilians in Shopian district of south Kashmir last month.

The alliance is in trouble as BJP is vehemently supporting the army while PDP wants a police investigation and magisterial probe into the killing of two youth.

The army, however, is protected by a special act called Armed Forces Special Powers Act or AFSPA, which gives it sweeping powers to shoot to kill or destroy a building on mere suspicion.

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Feb 2, 2018

Indian shelling wounds 8 in Azad Kashmir | Kashmirica

Indian troops’ shelling across the Line of Control in Azad Jammu and Kashmir wounded at least eight people on Thursday, officials said.

The shelling, which was continued for hours injured eight people including 4 children in Kotli district's Khuiratta sector.

Locals told Kashmirica, that shelling targeted Chatter, Kenthi, Jogal Pal, Khanpur and several other villages alongside the LoC, the line that divides India-held Kashmir from Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

Residents of the area agitated against the silence of Pakistani, Indian and International media and peace forums.

The heavily militarised LoC is once again witnessing sporadic skirmishes and artillery duels, as situation in India-held Kashmir is worsening.