Mushaal urges India to allow her and daughter to meet Yasin Malik

Mushaal Hussein Mullick, wife of jailed Kashmiri Hurriyat leader Mohammad Yasin Malik, in a video message has demanded that India allow her along with her 12-year-old daughter Raziyah Sultana to meet Yasin in Tihar jail.

She demands that they should be allowed the facility as per rules under Geneva Conventions on the rights of prisoners. The family has not seen each other and been forcibly divided for almost 10 years.

Mushaal Hussein Mullick wife of Jailed Kashmiri Hurriyat Leader Mohammad Yasin Malik video message demanding India to allow her along with their 12 year old daughter Raziyah Sultana a safe entry to meet Yasin in Tihar Jail as per rules under Geneva Coventions on the rights of… pic.twitter.com/Be9sl8MW32

Mushaal has urged the United Nations and other world bodies, apart from government of Pakistan, to look into grave human rights violations and put pressure on India to guarantee her safe and secure meeting with him in Tihar jail’s death cell in New Delhi.

Indian kangroo courts have unilaterally given life imprisonment to Yasin Malik in fraudulent cases to suppress the legitimate voice of Kashmirs’ right to self-determination, she says. Now the government of India is seeking death penalty on ficticious cases to silence the most powerful voice of Kashmiris under Indian occupation.

It has been two years since he was charged and given life imprisonment without a fair trial, physical presence, counsel and legal access.

IIOJK: Mufti stages protest against detention of PDP workers

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti staged a protest in Islamabad district of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir against the detention of her party workers and polling agents by police ahead of the sixth phase of Indian parliamentary elections in the territory.

According to a Kashmir Media Service report on Friday, the sit-in protest, which was held outside the Bijbehara police station in the district, saw PDP supporters raising slogans against the IIOJK administration and demanding an end to the harassment of party workers and their immediate release. The protesters also blocked the Srinagar-Jammu highway in the Bijbehara area.

Reportedly, as the crowd grew at the protest site, Indian police resorted to lathicharge to disperse the protesters, injuring many of them.

Five killed in dumper-van collision in Thatta

At least five people were killed and several others injured as a result of a collision between a dumper and van on the National Highway near Jhark area of Thatta.

The truck was traveling from the village Manik Khan Bahrani in Thatta to Jamshoro. As soon as the accident was reported, the rescue and police reached the spot.

According to the rescue authorities, four people died on the spot while injured were shifted to Hyderabad Civil Hospital.

Four killed, several injured in coach-trailer collision

Four people were killed and several others injured in a collision between a a coach and a trailer in Ghotki on Friday.

According to police officials, the accident occurred near Ghotki on the M5 motorway, where the coach traveling from Karachi to Rawalpindi hit the trailer coming from the opposite direction.As a result, four people were killed on the spot.

Rescue teams reached the spotand shifted the bodies and injured to a hospitals in Sukkur and Rahim Yar Khan.

Four killed, several injured in coach-trailer collision

Four people were killed and several others injured in a collision between a a coach and a trailer in Ghotki on Friday.

According to police officials, the accident occurred near Ghotki on the M5 motorway, where the coach traveling from Karachi to Rawalpindi hit the trailer coming from the opposite direction.As a result, four people were killed on the spot.

Rescue teams reached the spotand shifted the bodies and injured to a hospitals in Sukkur and Rahim Yar Khan.

Three shepherds died after drowning in well near Rohri

Three shepherds, including two brothers, died after drowning in a well in a suburban village of Rohri on Thursday.

The villagers said that the shepherds jumped into the well one after the other to rescue the cow which had fallen into it. But instead of returning safely, all three drowned in it, they informed.

They further said that the two brothers were identified as Abdul Jabbar and Abdul Latif, while the third one Shahzada Wajo was their cousin.

The villagers said that all three of them, who belonged to Chauhan clan, were herding the sheep near their homes when they met with an accident. Their bodies were fished out by the residents of their area and were later shifted to Taluka Hospital, Rohri.

Clash at Punjab University leaves several students injured

Several students were injured in a clash between two student organizations in Punjab University Lahore on Wednesday.

According to a report, students of Geology Department and the School of Economics in Punjab University’s New Campus attacked each other with sticks and stones. The students of an organization entered the class and tortured a student that provoked the rival group existing in the daprtment.

Resultantly, both the groups hit each other with sticks and pelted stones that injured many students in the colision.

It is worth mentioning that every year, Punjab University witnessed many violent clashes between student organizations. Last year on March 1, Lahore police detained more than 45 students following a clash between two students’ groups at Punjab University.