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صدمہ کشمیر اور راہ نجات

November 21, 2014 Leave a comment

تحریر:محمد فاروق رحمانی
(mfr_isb@outlook.com)
اس حقیقت کے باوجود کہ مسئلہ کشمیر اقوام متحدہ کا سب سے پہلا اور پرانا مسئلہ ہے اور اس پر پاکستان اور بھارت کے درمیان سرکاری اور غیر سرکاری مذاکرات کے متعدد دور چلے، دونوں ملکوں میں اس مسئلے پر جنگیں بھی ہوئیں، کئی سال سے اس تنازعے کے نام پر دونوں ملکوں کے درمیان’ امن آشا ‘کی ایک تحریک بھی اخبار نویسوں اور سفارتکاروں کی کوششوں سے اخباری صفحات اور سیمیناروں اور مختلف فورموں کے ذریعے جاری ہے جسکے ذریعے بھارت اور پاکستان کے تعلقا ت کو بہتر بنانے کی طرف توجہ دی جاتی ہے لیکن کشمیر کا مسئلہ حل ہونے کے امکانات وقت گزرنے کے ساتھ ساتھ معدوم ہوتے جا رہے ہیں۔ یہ تنازعہ جنگ کے ذریعے حل ہو سکا اور نہ مذاکرات کے ذریعے اس کی گھتی سلجھ سکی ہے۔ اب گزشتہ چند مہینوں میں پاکستان کے کمانڈر انچیف جنرل راحیل شریف نے براہ راست کشمیریوں کے حق آزادی اور حق خود ارادیت پر زور دیا اور وزیر اعظم پاکستان محمد نواز شریف نے جنرل اسمبلی کے گزشتہ سیشن میں اس مسئلے کو حل کرنے کیلئے سلامتی کونسل کی متفقہ قرار دادوں پر عمل کرنے کی طرف توجہ دلائی ۔ علاوہ ازیں ورکنگ باؤنڈری اور ریاستی متنازعہ لائن آف کنٹرول پر پاکستان اور بھارت کے درمیان گولہ باری کے واقعات میں اضافہ ہو اور دونوں طرف عام لوگ بھی مارے جا چکے ہیں۔ غرض پاکستان کی سرحدوں اور جموں و کشمیر کے اندر ہندوستان کا رویہ انتہائی جارحانہ بن گیا ہے۔ Read more…

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Escalation of state-terrorism proves failure of Track-ii on Kashmir: Farooq Rehmani

July 24, 2013 Leave a comment

Islamabad,  22 July: The Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League Muhammad Farooq Rehmani has expressed concern and condemnation of the high magnitude of the state-vide state-terrorism in the aftermath of Gool, Ramban killings and sacrilegious acts by India’s paratroopers, saying that the fresh developments speak a lot on the failure of peace and normalization efforts by India, Pakistan and other pacifists of the diplomatic world, encouraging India to take harsher measures in the name of so called public order and security against the helpless and peaceful protesters from Kargil to Chenab valley of Jammu and Kashmir. Read more…

President of India should recognize Kashmir-Muhammad Farooq Rehmani

September 26, 2012 Leave a comment

Islamabad, 26 Sept 2012(PR) :The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League Muhammad Farooq Rehmani, while emphasizing the need of resolving the Jammu and Kashmir conflict in line with the principle of self-determination and a sincere dialogue between the three concerned parties, asked the visiting President of India Pranab Mukherjee to redeem the pledge of a UN sponsored plebiscite as made by the founding fathers of the freedom movement with the Kashmiris in late 1940s and 1950s.He said the President by this act could leave his deep foot-prints on the history as a leader of peace and conflict resolution. He said all the three parties and their representatives should sit together to settle the longest conflict after the World War11.

Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said that as the President of India he should feel the pulse of the Kashmiris, and that the picture of the state was not what had been portrayed before him during his visit to Kashmir, to address the students of the University of Kashmir. “It gives a dark political, administrative, economic and social look, due to inhuman laws under army.” He said talk of human, political and democratic rights was absolutely a cheap and farce slogan, and the students, youth and common people were harassed and arrested everywhere to show that all was well in the turbulent land of the Kashmiris. Moreover, the leaders of the Hurriyet Conference were being arrested frequently on these occasions and on Friday to shut their mouths from speaking before the public. Despite India-Pakistan reconciliation and negotiation policy thousands of Kashmiris were never allowed to travel freely to their homes without risking their future. “The President of India should read writings on the wall during his valley visit give a good advice to his political and military hierarchy in Delhi and do what is best in the interests of peace and humanity.”

Muhammad Farooq Rehmani welcomed President Asif Ali Zardari’s speech on Anti-Islam Film and Kashmir Conflict in the UN general Assembly as a wake-up call for the world community especially the Muslim Ummah and urged that solid steps should be taken in this regard. Mere speeches can’t satisfy the people, or change the scenario. The UN should criminalize sacrilegious acts against the holy Qur’an, Prophet PBUH, including other sacred books and Prophets of God on earth without further loss of time.

Muhammad Farooq Rehmani expressed his profound grief over the death of the mother of Afzal Guru who(Guru) has been living a life of detention for the last several years. He prayed may Allah shower his blessings on the departed soul and grant patience to the bereaved family.

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Kashmir: Cyclonic storm kills 1, injures 17, damages 8852 structures

March 20, 2012 Leave a comment
Kashmir wind storm damaged Srinagar cyclone killed

Kashmir wind storm damaged structures.

Srinagar 20 March: A cyclonic wind storm, which started on Monday afternoon with an average speed of 24.7 knots and reached maximum speed of 40 knots continued to lash Valley on Tuesday, officials said. They said the minimum temperature increased by 12 degrees above normal, due to steep pressure gradient over the Valley causing a wind storm, which resulted in damage to properties, in the Valley. One person Muhammad Maqbool Magray son of Muhammad Ramzan of Kachnambal, Kangan died when a branch of Chinar tree fell on him. Due to gusty winds many tourist were evacuated from Dal lake to the shore, for their safety and accommodated in alternate hotels by the QRT of State Disaster Response Force (SDRF). Read more…

Kashmir scientists clone rare cashmere goat

March 16, 2012 1 comment
India Kashmir Cloned Goat

Noori, a cloned pashmina goat, stands near her surrogate mother inside a sheep breeding center at Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology in Alastang, some 25 Kilometers from Srinagar, India, Wednesday, March 14, 2012. Scientists at the university successfully cloned the world's first pashmina goat, prized for its fine wool, according to news reports. (AP Photo/ Dar Yasin)

Ariel view of Srinagar city after Kashmir recieved first snow fall

January 10, 2012 Leave a comment

Ariel view of Srinagar city after Kashmir recieved first snow fall.syed shahriyar

Kashmir News Urdu 24 Dec 2010

December 24, 2010 Leave a comment

kashmir news 24 dec 2010

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