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The revered Maharaja shall always be remembered for showcasing his nationalistic ethos when he acceded the State of Jammu and Kashmir to the Union of India by signing the historic Instrument of Accession on 26 October,1947" said Harsh Dev Singh Noted historian Professor Ashraf Wani however said that the conflict over the holiday stems from the distinct identities of the three regions of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh "All the three regions are geographically and culturally different Kashmir fought against the Dogra Maharaja and he was Hindu We commemorate 1931 as we were fighting against the autocratic and communal state while Jammu Dogras feel that they are our rulers and they consider our martyrs as enemies There is no common ground between the three regions" "Kashmiri Muslims fought as they were victims of afeudal and communal state Kashmiris were treated as beggars and their land rights were confiscated It was a sectarian rule like any medieval rule Non-Muslims were landlords and Muslims were tenants It was a colony of the Dogra Maharaja where the Kashmiri Pandits were benefitted as they were co-religionists" Wani added He said that separatists in Kashmir also commemorate 1931 as ‘martyrs day’ as they believe that the Kashmiri freedom struggle started after 1931 whereas mainstream politicians believe that freedom was achieved in 1947 "Our freedom struggle got a violent expression in 1931 For theHurriyat this was the beginning of theoccupation For the NC the PDP and the Congress we got freedom in 1947; but for the Hurriyat the freedom struggle continues" On 13 July each year separatists have been regularly issuing statements describing those killed in 1931 as martyrs Earlier this year in July separatist leader and chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Mohammad Yaseen Malik said that 13 July martyrs had "raised their voices against illegal occupation oppressive rule and tyranny endured bullets on their chests but refused to bow their heads before the forces of falsehood" "The present struggle is actually the continuation of the struggle started in 1931 Today’s oppression is similar to the oppression at that time Our young ones are being pushed to the wall and killed with impunity It is ironical that rulers and other pro-India forces despite being agents of oppressors celebrate martyrs’ day and shower flowers on the graves of these martyrs and thus try to deceive the people of Kashmir" As thick smog crept over India’s capital this week and smudged landmarks from view Nikunj Pandey could feel his eyes and throat burning Pandey stopped doing his regular workouts and said he felt tightness in his lungs He started wearing a triple layer of pollution masks over his mouth And he became angry that he couldn’t safely breathe the air "This is a basic right" he said "A basic right of humanity" Pandey is among many people in New Delhi who have become more aware of the toxic air in recent years and are increasingly frustrated at the lack of meaningful action by authorities This week the air was the worst it’s been all year in the capital with microscopic particles that can affect breathing and health spiking to 75 times the level considered safe by the World Health Organisation Experts have compared breathing the air to smoking a couple of packs of cigarettes a day The Lancet medical journal recently estimated some 25 million Indians die each year from pollution Pandey said the millions of rural folk who have moved to the city understand the problem better than they once did and are trying everything from tying scarves over their faces to eating "jaggery" a sugar cane product that some people believe offers a range of health benefits Representational image PTI Masks once considered an affectation of hypochondriac tourists are these days routinely worn by government workers and regular people on the street Volunteers handed out thousands of green surgical masks this week to make a point about the pollution but such masks likely have a limited impact on keeping out the tiny particles from people’s lungs "This is truly a health emergency" said Anumita Roychowdhury the executive director of research and advocacy at New Delhi’s Centre for Science and Environment She said doctors in recent days have been dealing with a 20 percent spike in emergency hospital admissions from people suffering heart and lung problems And that’s in a city she said where one in every three children already has compromised lungs Seema Upadhyaya who heads a primary school said she has never before witnessed so many children suffering from respiratory illnesses as she has this year That has prompted changes to the curriculum "It’s impacting everybody" she said Authorities have been taking extraordinary measures to try to mitigate the immediate crisis They have temporarily closed schools and stopped most trucks from entering the city Next week they are considering rationing car usage But everyone agrees such measures don’t address the root causes which remain hard to solve Roychowdhury said the city’s pollution has been trapped this week by a lack of wind at ground level colliding winds in the upper atmosphere and cooling temperatures Air quality typically gets worse at this time of year as nearby farmers burn fields and people build street fires to keep warm The conditions this week prompted the capital’s top elected official Arvind Kejriwal to describe his city as a "gas chamber" While crop burning has been banned in and around the capital officials say it’s hard to punish impoverished farmers for continuing traditional methods that have been handed down through the generations Pandey said it’s part of a broader problem in India "Your water is not healthy your food is not healthy your vegetables are polluted they are poisoned" he said "I mean everything is polluted right now" Roychowdhury said she is encouraged there is rising awareness of the air quality problem both among residents and the medical community But she says authorities need to do more She said officials have been asking people this week to use more public transport but at the same time the city doesn’t have enough buses and hasn’t bought any new ones in recent years "What we are saying and the Supreme Court has already asked for it is that there should be a comprehensive plan for all sources of pollution" she said Meanwhile people like Pandey say they are going to have to suffer through because New Delhi is where they need to be based for work opportunities and their families "We are India right" he said "We just try to survive in whatever condition we are in That is how it is" With inputs from AP To dispel any rumours regarding Jayalalithaa’s health AIADMK launched a social media campaign The party tweeted a link where people could go and change their profile pictures on Twitter to say "My CM is fine" and "No more rumours" reported Hindustan Times “All is well with Puratchi Thalaivi Amma [revolutionary leader mother]” the official twitter handle of the party @AIADMKofficial said All is well with Puratchi Thalaivi Amma Click this link change your profile pic & put a full stop to rumourshttps://tco/mOwR6jaOWx — AIADMK (@AIADMKOfficial) October 10 2016 The Twitter campaign is in line with AIADMK’s statement about Jayalalithaa’s health after having insisted on several occasions that the CM is fine or "improving" Party spokesperson CR Saraswathi said "Apollo Hospitals had clearly mentioned in the statement (on Thursday) the kind of good treatment being given to Amma (Jayalalithaa) and the good care being taken by doctors from AIIMS and London This has put an end to all the questions about the treatment being given to her" Jayalalithaa was admitted to the hospital on 22 September after she complained of fever and dehydration The latest bulletin issued by the hospital on Saturday evening said that "respiratory support was being closely watched and adjusted Treatment was being continued to decongest her lungs and all other comprehensive measures including nutrition supportive therapy and passive physiotherapy were being provided" According to Livemint unlike previous reports this one doesn’t make any claims to Jayalalithaa’s improving condition File photo of Jayalalithaa AFP DMK on Friday sought an interim arrangement to "effectively" handle issues likes the Cauvery row till the time Jayalalithaa returns after treatment from the hospital "When Chief Minister Jayalalithaa was admitted to the hospital medical bulletins said that she will be discharged in a few days Now they say that she has to stay longer and under such circumstances the state is also facing several issues like Cauvery" DMK treasurer and Leader of Opposition in the Assembly M K Stalin told reporters However their demand for an interim CM failed to find support even from the key ally of DMK the Congress DMK President M Karunanidhi had earlier urged the Tamil Nadu government to "put an end to rumours" regarding the health of the Chief Minister by providing proper information to the people while wishing her a speedy recovery He suggested that photographs of the Chief Minister be released through the media to quell any kind of rumours being circulated about her health He was slammed for having made such a suggestion by CR Saraswathi According to NDTV AIADMK was against the idea of appointing a Deputy Chief Minister or an interim head till Chief Minister Jayalalithaa’s health is restored VIPs visitors including Rahul Gandhi were stopped from meeting her during their visits Four police cases were filed against some individuals who misrepresented her illness by the AIADMK Last week in a report by the Hindustan Times specialists from AIIMS in Delhi were flown down to check on her feeding rumours that her internal organs were damaged Along with the three-member team from AIIMS British doctor Richard John Beale had examined her?

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