Srinagar, Aug 24: Kashmir separatist, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has written to the Pope Francis, Shankaracharya and Imam of the Kaba to find a solution to the problem in Jammu and Kashmir.
Farooq who is the chairman of the Hurriyat (M) brings to the notice of the three religious leaders about the violence in Kashmir.
The letter with Kashmir Reader states, “As I write to you, the present phase of the unceasing and unprecedented violence in Kashmir is over forty days old. Now a sense of extreme urgency has built up due to the inexplicable lack of response from the international community to this human tragedy.
Thiruvananthapuram, Aug 23: The arrest of Abdul Halim in a gold heist case has given the Kerala police several clues. First and foremost Halim’s link to terrorist organisations has been unearthed.
Secondly the police realised that Halim and his accomplices had posed as vigilance officers and raided the house of a businessman at Peruvamboor, Ernakulam, Kerala.
As the United Nations updates its own information on Dawood Ibrahim’s Pakistani addresses, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed yet another chargesheet against the gangster in connection with the Bharuch double murder case.
The case relates to a large conspiracy of D-syndicate to murder several Hindu leaders to spread communal disharmony in the country. Dawood has, in fact, floated a new outfit to carry out this conspiracy, the NIA chargesheet says.
The issue of bringing Dawood Ibrahim to justice keeps coming up every now and then, and he is forever one of India’s top wanted criminals. In fact, Union Home minister Rajnath Singh, too, was expected to raise the matter when he went to Pakistan recently, except that that visit did not go off quite the way he imagined.
New Delhi, Aug 23: Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday in the wake of the ongoing tensions that have engulfed the state following the death of Burhan Wani, the Hizbul Mujahideen commander. Singh will be accompanied by the home secretary and other senior officials of the ministry.
The Home Minister has been exploring ways of trying to find a peaceful resolution to the Kashmir crisis. He also held a meeting with eminent citizens, most non-Kashmiri Muslims to find ways to resolve the crisis.