Rashid the Leader of Jammu and the Kashmir

Indian authorities have booked political leaders and activists of Kashmir Shela Rashid. Friday. Rashid, the leader of Jammu and the Kashmir People's Movement, called the charge "political, politically motivated, and an attempt to silence silence. The activist was a prominent student leader at Jawaharlal Nehru University, where he served as vice-president of the students' union. Police were accused of spreading "fake news" to PTI on Friday, with the intention of "distorting the image of the Indian military.

The Indian troops came into the house in Kashmir

Last month Rashid was taken to Twitter and claimed in a series of tweets that the Indian troops came into the house in Kashmir, occupied at night and “disarmed”. She also claimed to have “interrogated” four Kashmiri people at a camp in Shopian. Attorney Alakh Alok Srivastava complained to Delhi police officer Amulya Patnaik, claiming that Rashid filed "absolutely false and fake" in response to the tweet. After the complaint was received, after the inquiries were received, Rashid was booked in accordance with the Indian Penal Code 124A (sedition) section.

The case was registered on September 3, officials said. Rashid, however, supported his opinion and said that if the Indian military had to investigate their claims, they could give evidence. Since India imposed curfew on August 5, international human rights groups and Indian and Pakistani political leaders have prevented the pain faced by Kasmisris. Amnesty International launched a global campaign yesterday to highlight closed human costs.

According to a press release by the Human Rights Commissioner, "Kashmir's occupied Draconian telecommunications blackout is an incredibly long assault on the civil liberties of Kashmir people. Amnesty International said, “In response to this indefinite telecommunications outage, we launched the #LetKashmirSpeak campaign on September 5, 2019.

The Kashmir administration

Kashmir administration, which was occupied last month, dispatched the top opposition delegation of India, including former parliamentarian Rahul Gandhi, shortly after landing in Srinagar. Opposition leaders visited Srinagar and tried to assess the situation in response to a decision by the BJP government to withdraw special autonomy in the occupied area, but it was forbidden to enter the city.

After forced repatriation, nine Indian opposition parties, fearing that something serious would happen in the area of ​​conflict, gathered in protest calling for the immediate release of political leaders detained there. Opposition representative of Rajya Sabha Ghulam said Nabi Azad said: “There is something significant happening at J & K and the government is trying to hide it. The press cannot broadcast the truth.

Due to the congressional council

The absence of the former railroad minister Khwaja Saad Rafiq in the Paragon City fraud trial procedure asked the judge who questioned the practice of issuing a production order of members of the National Assembly in trial without the court's permission. At the beginning of the hearing, Judge Jawadul Hassan prosecuted whether Khwaja Saad Rafiq and his brother former district minister Khwaja Salman Rafiq were in court. The judge heard that Khwaja Salman was transferred from prison to court, but Khwaja Saad was in Islamabad as a production order to attend the congress council.

The judge expressed severe annoyances and said that if a production order is issued without knowledge of the courts, the proceedings must be transferred to parliament. The judge told NAB's prosecutor, "Physical or private legal council members may omit parliamentary meetings despite issuing production orders. Prosecutors pointed out that sometimes arrested congressmen did not attend meetings convened on important matters.

The judge complained that the suspect would be prosecuted on Thursday but the absence of one suspect delayed the case. The judge closed the hearing until August 20 and instructed the NAB to provide the suspect with a better copy of the reference document. Meanwhile, the prosecution filed a report showing its progress in the process of declaring three other suspects on the case. They are Nadeem Zia, Umar Zia and Farhan Ali.

NAB claimed that the Kawaja brothers, through their “benamidars”, created a housing project under the name Air Avenue as a merger of former MPA Qaiser Amin Butt and Nadeem Zia. The suspects, along with other accomplices, said they cheated the public greatly and gained illegal financial gains from illegal social funds.

The Bureau arrested the Khwaja brothers on December 11, 2018 after the Lahore High Court rejected further arrest bail. They maintained custody of the bureau until February 2, 2019 until the trial tribunal was sent to prison for private legal reflux. Their bail application was dismissed by the high court judge bench.

The Awami National Party

Party after failing to respond to a legitimate notice announced on August 23 that it violated the discipline of the political party, was adored by all his political and legal juniors and lovingly called the main membership of another senior leader Abdul Latif Apridi called Latif Lala. Finished. The ANP Regional Secretariat issued a notice on termination of the party of Abdul Latif Afridi on Monday. Aimal Wali Khan, president of the ANP province, said he terminated his basic membership of elected Abdul Latif Afridi and did not respond to the show cause notice announced to him.

Abdul Latif Afridi, president of the Peshawar High Court Attorneys Association, did not answer to know his views. He retained MNA after winning elections at the Khyber Agency as an independent candidate for the first time in a poll in 1997 in a tribal area. Latif Afridi did not respond to a notice published independently of his son's participation in a poll. He has been associated with ANP since the early days. He broke up with ANP in 1989, opposed to the alliance with PML-N.

He joined ANP again in 2005 with nationalist leaders such as Ajmal Khattak and Afzal Khan Lala. It is appropriate to mention that the ANP made epicenter marks to three senior leaders, including Abdul Latif Afridi, Imran Apridi, Ayaz and Zir, in a tribal regional election for the parliamentary election on July 20, 2019. The show-cause notice, published in Abdul Latif Afridi, said his son opposed the election as an independent candidate.

Afridi and his son said

The lawmakers always admire him, but they did not think it was appropriate to apply for a party ticket when the Capitol asked for candidates. Afridi added that instead of supporting the ANP candidate, he campaigned for his son. In Bara of the Khyber tribal district, another ANP leader, Imran Afridi, was issued a similar show-cause notice, accusing him of violating party discipline. Ayaz Wazir, another young leader in the South and South Waziristan districts, also received a show-cause notice of his participation in activities that hurt the party's interests.

The ANP also terminated the membership of two former lawmakers, Afrasiab Khattak and Bushra Gohar, who violated the party's discipline. Meanwhile, ANP local president Amalal Wali Khan has announced another show-cause notice to Senator Sita La Ayaz: "Use the party for personal gain and crack the party. She was asked to provide a satisfactory answer to the parties within seven days of the concern raised in the show-cause notice. I'm a senator because I was elected to a party ticket.

You have retained the MPA and later have been appointed district minister at the party. You have held a responsible position. Almost always the party respected and encouraged you. But unfortunately you have been found to have violated party discipline and have been accused of causing divisions in the party, according to the party's local organizations and other sources.

During his visit to his hometown, Suwabi, he said he violated party discipline. She gave a satisfactory response to the notice or asked for disciplinary action within a week.
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