Four Judges of J&K HC says, allegation that 13,000 teenagers were arrested by state Police in the valley is wrong

After the abrogation of Article 30 from state of Jammu &Kashmir, Many foreign Media organisation published wrong reports about Kashmir situation after 5th august, 2018 and These report were used by anti-India forces to malign India at the World Stage.

On 25 September 2019, The Telegraph reported that 13,000 young Kashmiri boys had been detained by State Police after abrogation of Article 370 from state of Jammu and Kashmir.

“Families of arrested young boys were paying up to 60,000 rupees for their children’s release,” reported The telegraph.

“Indian authorities arrested “13,000 boys” in Jammu and Kashmir after abrogation of Article 370, according to a fact-finding report by a team of five women who visited the region recently,” reported TRT World.

Rana Ayub who always writes in Washington Post, had shared this news too.

Now Four Judges of Jammu & Kashmir High Court visited all jails in Jammu and Kashmir and filed the report in Supreme Court saying that allegation that minors were detained by state authorities in the valley is wrong.

Supreme Court also says that it cannot give credence to a news report published in Washington Post on illegal detention of children in J&K after fact finding team of four HC judges find that no child has been detained.

After this report, Jammu & kashmir police officer Imtiyaz Hussain slammed the “fact finding report on Kashmir” by five women.

This false Fact Finding report were released by five women from the National Federation of Indian Women and Muslim Women’s Forum. They had claimed in their report, “One estimate given to us was 13,000 boys lifted during this lockdown.”

5 women Fact finding team consisted of Annie Raja, Kawaljit Kaur and Pankhuri Zaheer from the National Federation of Indian Women, Poonam Kaushik from the Pragatisheel Mahila Sangathan and Syeda Hameed from the Muslim Women’s Forum. They visited the kashmir from September 17 to September 21. 

Fact Finding team of 5 Women

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