ISLAMABAD - Johannesburg-based Muslim Lawyers Association has lodged a complaint calling for the arrest of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he visits South Africa in July for his crimes in occupied Kashmir.
Meanwhile the daughters of illegally detained Hurriyat leader, Shahid-ul-Islam through a letter warned that their father was facing a life threat in Tihar jail of New Delhi.
Hurriyat leader Mushtaq-ul-Islam addressing the youth at several places in Badgam and Srinagar asked them to beware of the Indian conspiracies aimed at creating discord in the society.
Meanwhile, Paris-based global media watchdog Reporters Without Borders in its first report on India noted that four more journalists were murdered in less than six months in 2018 in the country. In Washington, the US-based satellite CNBC TV channel feared that Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi , might intensify crackdowns on youth in Jammu and Kashmir as part of his re-election campaign.