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    Kashmiri journalist Kamran Yousuf granted bail [Update Post #14]

    Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir - On the morning of September 4 last year, Kamran Yusuf left his home in Kashmir's Pulwama for work, carrying his backpacks and cameras, but the photojournalist never returned, his family says.

    The following day, his family came to know through news channels that Yusuf, who has been working as a photographer in the small town known for its apple orchards, was arrested by Indian security forces and sent to New Delhi, the Indian capital.

    The 22-year-old freelance photojournalist, who has been documenting the conflict in Indian-administered Kashmir, has been slapped with charges of "stone throwing" and "waging war against India". He has been in jail since then.

    Irshad Ahmad Ganaie, Yusuf's uncle, says the family is still in shock.

    "His mother was divorced when he was two years old. Since then, they are living with us. He was just working hard as a photographer in his hometown; he used to freelance with many organisations, and has taken all kinds of photographs," he said.

    Ganaie, 38, says his nephew is being framed by the National Investigation Agency (NIA). "He is being punished for his work."

    In the charge sheet presented before a special NIA court in New Delhi, the anti-terror agency has said that Yusuf was not a "real journalist", as he had not covered social work done by the army and paramilitary forces in the disputed Himalayan region.

    "Kamran Yusuf had hardly taken any video of such activity and video or image of any such activity can rarely be seen in his laptop or mobile which clearly show his intention to only cover the activities which are anti-national and earn money against such footages," the charge sheet has said.

    The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and Reporters without Borders have called on Indian authorities to immediately drop charges and release Yusuf.

    "India's National Investigative Agency is way out of its league and has no business defining what 'a real journalist' should cover," Steven Butler, CPJ Asia programme coordinator, said in a statement.

    He added that Yusuf's work taking photographs of conflict in Kashmir is a "public service in the best spirit of journalism".

    Rights groups, local journalists and media watchdogs have raised their concerns at what they call "fabricated" charges against the young journalist.

    Amnesty International, in its annual human rights report released on Thursday, said that if convicted, Yusuf might face life imprisonment.

    "Amnesty International believes the charges against him to be fabricated and politically motivated, and part of an attempt to stifle journalism in Kashmir," the rights body said in its report.

    Journalists in Kashmir, one of the most militarised zones of the world, with more than half a million Indian forces, say threats and intimidation are routine.

    According to a report by the International Federation of Journalists, published last November, at least 21 journalists have been killed in the conflict – either directly targeted or caught in the crossfire in Kashmir.

    Muneeb-Ul-Islam, a freelance photographer, told Al Jazeera that journalists are caught in the line of fire.

    He says that he himself has been "beaten by security forces many times" and had his cameras broken.

    "Police think we side with stone-throwers and stone-throwers think we are covering from police's side," said the 27-year-old.

    Activists say the arrest of Yusuf will have a chilling effect on media freedom in the region, that has been on the boil since Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who came to power in 2014, adopted a hardline policy to quell anti-India protests.

    Yusuf Jameel has covered Kashmir for more than two decades. He says there is an indirect censorship on journalists in Kashmir.

    "Though there is no official censorship, they create an atmosphere where it becomes difficult and sometimes impossible for a journalist to report," he said.

    His views are echoed by a prominent human rights activist in the Muslim-majority region.

    "By arresting a photographer, the Indian government wants to create an example for the photo and video journalists in Kashmir who document gun battles and stone-throwing for the world to see," said Khurram Parvez.

    Muhammad Aslam Chowdhary, a senior police officer in south Kashmir, admitted there was no direct case filed against Yusuf; however, his involvement in "stone-pelting and other cases is under investigation.

    "In one case, it has been found that a video where the burning of tricolor took place in south Kashmir was uploaded from his Facebook account, but we have not been able to question him yet, the investigation is still on," Chowdhary told Al Jazeera.

    The NIA spokesperson, Alok Mittal, however, told Al Jazeera that "there is an evidence of stone-pelting against Yusuf.

    "Involvement of accused Kamran Yusuf who claims to be a photojournalist in stone-pelting incidents was conclusively established. There is sufficient evidence on record, showing his participation in the incidents of stone-pelting, which has been submitted to the competent court. The Court has already taken cognisance of the charge sheet," he told Al Jazeera.

    But Laxmi Murthy, a journalist based in Bangalore and author of IFJ's report, said the laws, in particular, counter-terror laws, with sweeping and vague provisions, have long been used to stifle the media.

    "The arrest of Kamran Yusuf, a working photojournalist contributing to several media outlets, is clearly a violation of press freedom and
    journalists' rights," she said.
    source: https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/fe...095316846.html

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    dont bother. mostly people want to know the update about Dawn and cyril almeida. no body cares whats happening in IoK.


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    A very very blatant violation of Free press and Human rights yet again by Indian regime.

    Now if a journalist doesnt cover "good work" of Indians in Kashmir, he is a terrorist and "not a real journalist".

    The journalist fraternity of Kashmir had come out in support of Kamran but sadly nothing happened. A young man is possibly going to lose a good part of his life because of this Brazen violation of human rights. Alas, this isnt the first time and wont be the last time.

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    oooh, the evil Indians are restricting free journalism.

    I'm sure concerned posters here on PP would be equally worried about the fact that entire provinces in Pakistan are "no go" areas for journalists or even ordinary citizens. KPK and Balochistan essentially are off limits for any reporters.

    Declan Walsh, an award winning journalist wrote an in-depth report on Balochistan a few years ago, and was thrown out of Pakistan. Whatever misdeeds or mistakes that you can accuse the Indian government of committing in J&K - the same or even worse acts are being committed by Pakistan, on an even larger scale against their own citizens.

    I wonder why those who are so loudly concerned for the "freedom struggle" of Kashmiris don't have the same concerns for their own countrymen.

    Or is it a case of "If you do it, its a rights violation, if we do it, its in the interests of maintaining peace and law and order"?


    Personally, I am aware that the Indian government is not doing a good job in enforcing laws, and needs to improve its execution of Police and military action to minimize or eliminate rights violation all together. But reality is, that when you are faced with stone throwing violent mobs, armed police are going to be forced to defend themselves. When you are faced with the reality of murderers attacking and killing the family members of soldiers, there's going to be repercussions. This is not to justify any wrong-doings. What's wrong is wrong.

    Just pointing out the ridiculously hypocritical double standards that seem to be a part of "conventional wisdom" in the Pakistani narrative on Kashmir.

    Peace.

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    No a surprise that Indians have come in to defend the barbaric actions of their army by giving us a lecture about everything that is wrong in the world. Kindly Spare us this usual nonsense. We have heard this plenty of times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OoparCut View Post
    oooh, the evil Indians are restricting free journalism.

    I'm sure concerned posters here on PP would be equally worried about the fact that entire provinces in Pakistan are "no go" areas for journalists or even ordinary citizens. KPK and Balochistan essentially are off limits for any reporters.


    Stop reading whatever garbage Indian tabloid you are reading...
    Last edited by DeadBall; 13th March 2018 at 13:58.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    Stop reading whatever garbage Indian tabloid you are reading...

    Are you even aware of how many people your army has displaced from their homes - making them refugees in their own land? Is there even an account of how many suspected "anti-nationals" have been "disappeared" in Balochistan?

    Wasn't there a huge Pakhtoon long march to protest about these disappearances in FATA?

    Please google Declan Walsh and Balochistan, to find out why Mr Walsh isn't able to enter Pakistan anymore. And he isn't Indian.


    You are upset about this Kashmiri photo journalist. Can you honestly say that you cared even 1% of that much for those Pakistani bloggers that were kidnapped? Or Taha Siddiqui, who escaped a similar fate, and is now living out of a suitcase somewhere in Europe?

    The world is bigger than India and Pakistan - and there's a lot of factual information out there for you. That is, if you want to keep your eyes open. If you want to stay brain-washed, then suit yourself.
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    No wonder Kashmirs don’t like India, they just turned another family against the occupation.

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    If he is imprisoned there will be a backlash in IoK for sure. Then India will blame Pakistan for it as usual hence the vicious cycle continues.


    PP's own self proclaimed sharpshooter and defender of Islam and Pakistan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OoparCut View Post
    oooh, the evil Indians are restricting free journalism.

    I'm sure concerned posters here on PP would be equally worried about the fact that entire provinces in Pakistan are "no go" areas for journalists or even ordinary citizens. KPK and Balochistan essentially are off limits for any reporters.

    Declan Walsh, an award winning journalist wrote an in-depth report on Balochistan a few years ago, and was thrown out of Pakistan. Whatever misdeeds or mistakes that you can accuse the Indian government of committing in J&K - the same or even worse acts are being committed by Pakistan, on an even larger scale against their own citizens.

    I wonder why those who are so loudly concerned for the "freedom struggle" of Kashmiris don't have the same concerns for their own countrymen.

    Or is it a case of "If you do it, its a rights violation, if we do it, its in the interests of maintaining peace and law and order"?


    Personally, I am aware that the Indian government is not doing a good job in enforcing laws, and needs to improve its execution of Police and military action to minimize or eliminate rights violation all together. But reality is, that when you are faced with stone throwing violent mobs, armed police are going to be forced to defend themselves. When you are faced with the reality of murderers attacking and killing the family members of soldiers, there's going to be repercussions. This is not to justify any wrong-doings. What's wrong is wrong.

    Just pointing out the ridiculously hypocritical double standards that seem to be a part of "conventional wisdom" in the Pakistani narrative on Kashmir.

    Peace.
    Balochistan etc are internal problems of Pakistan. Kashmir is a mutual issue.

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    If India talks Baluchistan that they have no claim on then Pak will not only talk about Indian occupied Kashmir but Nagaland and all other disputes in India that Pak has nothing to do with. There are too many of them, take your pick!
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    The way India treats some kashmiris who want independence and the way Pakistan treats the people of balochistan who want independence are 2 sides of the same coin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gkb101277867 View Post
    The way India treats some kashmiris who want independence and the way Pakistan treats the people of balochistan who want independence are 2 sides of the same coin.
    Not true at all. Not saying the Baluch are happy but Pak army is not shooting or raping them. Most Baluch rightfully wants their rights where as Kashmiris want freedom. There is no comparison.


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    Kamran Yousuf granted bail
    A court on Monday granted bail to Kashmir photojournalist Kamran Yousuf.

    Additional Sessions Judge TarunSherawat allowed the bail plea of Yousuf, asking him to furnish two sureties of Rs 50,000. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on September 5 arrested Yousuf along with Javed Ahmad Bhat, on charges of alleged stone pelting in Kashmir.


    Opposing the bail plea, the NIA said some witnesses had confirmed that Yousuf was shouting "anti-national slogans" and was seen "stone pelting".

    Defence counsel WarishaFarasat said that Yousuf was innocent.
    http://www.greaterkashmir.com/news/i...il/278543.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by OoparCut View Post
    oooh, the evil Indians are restricting free journalism.

    I'm sure concerned posters here on PP would be equally worried about the fact that entire provinces in Pakistan are "no go" areas for journalists or even ordinary citizens. KPK and Balochistan essentially are off limits for any reporters.

    Declan Walsh, an award winning journalist wrote an in-depth report on Balochistan a few years ago, and was thrown out of Pakistan. Whatever misdeeds or mistakes that you can accuse the Indian government of committing in J&K - the same or even worse acts are being committed by Pakistan, on an even larger scale against their own citizens.

    I wonder why those who are so loudly concerned for the "freedom struggle" of Kashmiris don't have the same concerns for their own countrymen.

    Or is it a case of "If you do it, its a rights violation, if we do it, its in the interests of maintaining peace and law and order"?


    Personally, I am aware that the Indian government is not doing a good job in enforcing laws, and needs to improve its execution of Police and military action to minimize or eliminate rights violation all together. But reality is, that when you are faced with stone throwing violent mobs, armed police are going to be forced to defend themselves. When you are faced with the reality of murderers attacking and killing the family members of soldiers, there's going to be repercussions. This is not to justify any wrong-doings. What's wrong is wrong.

    Just pointing out the ridiculously hypocritical double standards that seem to be a part of "conventional wisdom" in the Pakistani narrative on Kashmir.

    Peace.
    the fact you put KPK in there shows how much you know. Balochistan I wouldve understood but I guess you fell for poor Indian journalism again...

    besides two wrongs dont make a right


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    Quote Originally Posted by OoparCut View Post
    oooh, the evil Indians are restricting free journalism.

    I'm sure concerned posters here on PP would be equally worried about the fact that entire provinces in Pakistan are "no go" areas for journalists or even ordinary citizens. KPK and Balochistan essentially are off limits for any reporters.

    Declan Walsh, an award winning journalist wrote an in-depth report on Balochistan a few years ago, and was thrown out of Pakistan. Whatever misdeeds or mistakes that you can accuse the Indian government of committing in J&K - the same or even worse acts are being committed by Pakistan, on an even larger scale against their own citizens.

    I wonder why those who are so loudly concerned for the "freedom struggle" of Kashmiris don't have the same concerns for their own countrymen.

    Or is it a case of "If you do it, its a rights violation, if we do it, its in the interests of maintaining peace and law and order"?


    Personally, I am aware that the Indian government is not doing a good job in enforcing laws, and needs to improve its execution of Police and military action to minimize or eliminate rights violation all together. But reality is, that when you are faced with stone throwing violent mobs, armed police are going to be forced to defend themselves. When you are faced with the reality of murderers attacking and killing the family members of soldiers, there's going to be repercussions. This is not to justify any wrong-doings. What's wrong is wrong.

    Just pointing out the ridiculously hypocritical double standards that seem to be a part of "conventional wisdom" in the Pakistani narrative on Kashmir.

    Peace.
    A classic case of Whataboutism
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedwaqas92 View Post
    A classic case of Whataboutism
    @Madplayer @Syed1 @Slog
    Indian logic - the entire world is a bad place and this allows Indians to kill and humiliate Kashmiris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedwaqas92 View Post
    A classic case of Whataboutism
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    Classic case of Hypocrisy. Those who care about "human rights" and "freedom" should fix their own house before poking their nose in others'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OoparCut View Post
    Classic case of Hypocrisy. Those who care about "human rights" and "freedom" should fix their own house before poking their nose in others'.
    There is no hypocrisy at all. If an official of Pakistani Government or Military was to point out the human right abuses in Kashmir then they would be hypocrites. Private citizens can have different opinions and may not like the policies of their government. Also people can multitask, they don’t have to choose between Baluchistan or Kashmir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slog View Post
    the fact you put KPK in there shows how much you know. Balochistan I wouldve understood but I guess you fell for poor Indian journalism again...

    besides two wrongs dont make a right
    I can't claim to know a lot about Pakistani internal issues. All I know is that there was a massive Pakhtoon long march to protest human rights violations recently. I meant to write FATA but wrote KPK instead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saeed View Post
    There is no hypocrisy at all. If an official of Pakistani Government or Military was to point out the human right abuses in Kashmir then they would be hypocrites. Private citizens can have different opinions and may not like the policies of their government. Also people can multitask, they don’t have to choose between Baluchistan or Kashmir.
    Sorry, but there is indeed hypocrisy on show, when the same private citizens slam and slander Indian govt and the nation of India for similar actions and arguably of lesser magnitude and intensity, while tolerating, condoning and justifying harsher tactics against their own citizens.


    Look, I have no qualms in accepting that the Indian govt has a problem in J&K. And I even accept that Pakistan and Pakistanis have strong feelings on the Kashmir issue. What I do not accept is the casting of the Kashmir issue in vanilla simplified terms where India is an evil occupier while Pakistan is heroically advocating for the rights and freedoms of Kashmiris. That is simply not the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madplayer View Post
    Indian logic - the entire world is a bad place and this allows Indians to kill and humiliate Kashmiris.
    Stop attacking army men. Be like regular Indians and contribute towards the country.

    If people want to come out and shout anti-India slogans and attack army with stones and sharp objects, the results will never be good for both sides.

    Indian army would do the same they are doing in Kashmir tomorrow if Tamilnadu or Rajasthan or Maharashtra or Bengal follows the Kashmiris path.

    Army is there to protect the people as well as keeping the country stable and united.

    Anyway, this is a never ending problem until Kashmiris accept that they are Indians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troodon View Post
    Stop attacking army men. Be like regular Indians and contribute towards the country.

    If people want to come out and shout anti-India slogans and attack army with stones and sharp objects, the results will never be good for both sides.

    Indian army would do the same they are doing in Kashmir tomorrow if Tamilnadu or Rajasthan or Maharashtra or Bengal follows the Kashmiris path.

    Army is there to protect the people as well as keeping the country stable and united.

    Anyway, this is a never ending problem until Kashmiris accept that they are Indians.
    Lol The army who is killing people is there to protect people. Irony died a thousand deaths.

    The problem will not end until Indians look at themselves in the mirror and see blood on their faces and hands. Blood of Kashmiris who were promised by India's forefathers that they will be the masters of their own fate. The problem will end when Indians will realize why 9 lakh military and para military personnels need to be placed in Kashmir, in civilian areas of Kashmir. Why these military personnel, who according to Indians are protecting the people there, are attacked by the same people. They dont belong there. They belong in India. And they are not in India. The problem will end when Indians would let go of their arrogance and stop making their own jawans pay the price for their imperialistic ambitions in Kashmir. The problem will only end then Amigo.

    * waits and watches how it falls on deaf ear and blind eyes yet again *

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    If only these peace loving , Secular Kashmiri freedom fighters cared enough to spare a thought for those lakhs of innocent Pundits who were brutally murdered , raped and forced to leave their homes ,businesses and other belongings , their cause would have garnered more sympathy from across the world. Truth is this whole separatist movement is backed , funded and run by Jihadists who do not wish to live under GOI whom they consider a 'Hindu rule' and it's the chief reason behind why nobdoy in the world except Pakistan takes this whole matter seriously.
    Like a couple of months ago some 17 year old idiot blew himself off in a CRPF centre in Pulwama(?). Before this he made a video of himself sitting surrounded by ammunition exhorting Muslims of India to raise arms against the kuffar rulers of Hindustan and take up the cause of Kashmiris as it was their duty as Jihad. These sort of people embody the Kashmiri freedom movement. They hate India only and only because of religion. Nothing more.
    We need a Gulab Singh Dogra reborn to deal with this issue once and for all just like he did back in 1830s.


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    On topic - The guy got a bail yesterday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OoparCut View Post
    Classic case of Hypocrisy. Those who care about "human rights" and "freedom" should fix their own house before poking their nose in others'.
    You kinda showed your age there bro.......Anyways I'll leave it at this now! Please carry on living in whichever grand delusion of a bubble you wish to be in.

    The OP talks about a specific case and not the nonsense you've been harping about in this thread. Please learn to comprehend what's being discussed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedwaqas92 View Post
    You kinda showed your age there bro.......Anyways I'll leave it at this now! Please carry on living in whichever grand delusion of a bubble you wish to be in.

    The OP talks about a specific case and not the nonsense you've been harping about in this thread. Please learn to comprehend what's being discussed.
    LOL. Anybody who dares say anything that PakMil doesn't approve of, gets disappeared in Pakistan. Whether its well known journalists, no-name bloggers or random peace activists.

    That is a relevant fact when Pakistanis start chest-beating about "freedoms" of people who are citizens of another country.


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