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#301 [Permalink] Posted on 24th September 2019 11:49
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I am from India , i am fully disturbed after hearing such statements from Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind , which i felt was in favor of present Indian government and against Kashmiris.

Is there any Hikmath for issuing such statements ( i Hope there will be ) , if yes please let me to bring back my reduced trust on Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind.
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#302 [Permalink] Posted on 24th September 2019 12:01
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No, I personally cannot see any Hikmah or benefit in this statement but I can see why they are doing it.

The "original sin" of Jamiatul-Ulama was pre-1947 and since then they have just been paying the price for their decisions. Indian Muslims do not really have a choice.

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#303 [Permalink] Posted on 25th September 2019 12:39
One of my friend who returned from his vacation from Srinagar said following ,

1) Situation is wort - Movement restricted , Mobile Communication blocked and much more .
2) Positive impact due to Pak cry over Kashmir in different world forums is - "Initially IND Gover unofficial order was to eliminate on the spot who ever protest in Kashmir against IND Gover however due to Pak action this unofficial order was taken back however torturing of Kashmir people is still on going"
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#304 [Permalink] Posted on 26th September 2019 15:30

Times Square (NYC), last night


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#305 [Permalink] Posted on 29th September 2019 09:25

13,000 Kashmiri boys, many as young as 14 or 15, have been taken away by Indian authorities and allegedly tortured since the lockdown was imposed on August 5. It also claimed that families were paying up to 60,000 rupees (£678) for their children’s release. TRT


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#306 [Permalink] Posted on 30th September 2019 05:10
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#307 [Permalink] Posted on 30th September 2019 09:51
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I could post the same from our visit to the PAF Museum
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#308 [Permalink] Posted on 30th September 2019 10:19
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Or my visit to Jaisalmair Military Museum

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#309 [Permalink] Posted on 30th September 2019 20:05
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They are more vigilant compared to us to prepare their young ones to fight the future war.

This is all ,what I am trying to say.
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#310 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd October 2019 17:59
Some one whatsapped me a video of a Muslim Old man from Indian Captured Kashmir. My blood is boiling.
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#311 [Permalink] Posted on 4th October 2019 16:26
Indian Air Force chief says India's Mi-17 chopper shot down in Jammu & Kashmir by its own missile in February

We will take action against two officers. We accept this was our big mistake: IAF Chief
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New Delhi: IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria has said that the Mi-17 chopper crash in Srinagar on February 27 was caused after it was hit by an Indian missile by mistake.

He described the IAF shooting down its helicopter in Kashmir on February 27 as a "big mistake", when Indian and Pakistani forces engaged in a dogfight, and said punitive action is being taken against the guilty.

The operational preparedness of the IAF has been of a very high order and it achieved a number of operational milestones last year, including the Balakot strikes, Bhadauria said at the Indian Air Force's annual press conference.

"Court of Inquiry completed and it was our mistake as our missile had hit our own chopper. We will take action against two officers. We accept this was our big mistake and we will ensure such mistakes are not repeated in future," said Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria, reported ANI

The IAF is prepared to meet any contingency and does not rest on past laurels, Bhadauria said.

Ahead of the press conference, the IAF also showed representational video clips of the Balakot strikes.

Pakistan lost an F-16 and India a MiG-21 in aerial engagement with the Pakistan Air Force a day after the Balakot strikes, IAF chief Bhadauria said.

Talking about the IAF shooting down its own Mi-17 helicopter in Budgam on the morning of February 27, he said it was a "big mistake on our part".

A Court of inquiry has submitted its report and the IAF is taking punitive action against the guilty, he said.

Disciplinary action is being taken against two officers in the shooting down of the chopper, the IAF chief said.

A surface-to-air missile of the Indian Air Force brought down the Mi-17 aircraft in Kashmir's Budgam on the morning of February 27 when the Indian and Pakistani air forces were engaged in a fierce dogfight, a high-level probe had concluded in August.

Bhadauria also said acquisition of Rafale aircraft and S400 air defence systems will greatly enhance IAF's operational capabilities.

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#312 [Permalink] Posted on 5th October 2019 11:17
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