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Vinod Pandit ends 15-day Fast Unto Death on J&K governments appeal PDF Print E-mail
Written by APMCC   
Thursday, 14 February 2013 14:58

[Porbandar] Vinod Pandit, Chairman, All parties Migrants’ Coordination Committee (APMCC) today formally called off his 15-Day long fast unto death at Porbandar Gujarat after Jammu & Kashmir Government issued a written appeal in this regard and assured him that the government was seized of the issues and the same were being examined at the appropriate levels.



“Vinod Pandit called off his fast unto death after J&K Government issued an appeal through its Revenue, Relief  and Rehabilitation Minister Aijaz Ahmed Khan requesting him to end the fast as the government was seized of the issues and was examining his demands at the appropriate levels”, King C Bharati, National Spokesperson told reporters here.

Pandit’s FAST UNTO DEATH at Porbandar enters 9th day; Loses 8 kgs since January 30 PDF Print E-mail
Written by APMCC   
Thursday, 07 February 2013 00:00

[From All Parties Migrants Co-ordination Committee (APMCC), New Delhi]

KP leaders,  APMCC activists organise massive protest demonstration at Delhi

The All Parties Migrants Coordination Committee (APMCC) Delhi unit today organised a massive protest demonstration at Jantar Mantar to press the central and state government to initiate dialogue with team APMCC at Porbandar over its 6-point charter of demands for which Vinod Pandit is on Fast unto Death since January 30 at Sudhama chowk Porbandar, Gujarat.

Pakistani Taliban vow to attack “BJP-backed terror camps in Kashmir” PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Dawn   
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 00:00

What a pathetic state of affairs when a Pakistani terorrist quotes an Indian Home Minister's unproven accusations to justify violence.

[From The Dawn, PESHAWAR]: Pakistani Taliban have said the UN bodies and the United States should stop the “BJP-sponsored state terrorism in Kashmir,” otherwise the TTP has the ability to strike inside Indian-administered Kashmir.

Runaway grandmother sparked savage skirmish on LoC PDF Print E-mail
Written by Praveen Swami   
Thursday, 10 January 2013 00:00

[From The Hindu]: Indian bunker construction on the northern reaches of the Line of Control — initiated after a grandmother crossed into Pakistan-administered Kashmir to be with her sons — sparked off a spiral of violence which culminated in the brutal killing of two soldiers in an ambush earlier this week, highly placed military and government sources have told The Hindu.

The clashes, among the worst on the Line of Control since a ceasefire went into place, have provoked fears that the ceasefire may melt down. In India, news that the two soldiers were beheaded has provoked widespread outrage and calls for large-scale military retaliation.

War of 1947 was manipulated PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sandhya Jain   
Thursday, 10 January 2013 00:00

[From Niti Central]: Excerpt from below: "In his book, Jammu & Kashmir, The Blunders & Way Out, Prof. Bhim Singh of the Panther’s Party charged that the most strategic areas of the State were allowed to be lost because Sheikh Abdullah did not want them. In the original kingdom, the Kashmiri-speaking population comprised only 21 per cent. He wanted it to be the majority – a very British inspiration, one may add."

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