1990: Jagmohan Bans Jama’at, JKLF, Hizb, Others

Governor Jagmohan declared prominent pro-right-to-self determination organizations like the Jama’at-e-Islami, the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, the JKLF, the Students Liberation Front, the Mahaz-e-Azadi, the Islamic Students League, the People’s League and the Islami Jami’at-ut-Tulaba as unlawful, and imposed a ban on their functioning. This was done under the State Criminal Law Amendment Act. As a result, the bank accounts of the Jama’at-e-Islami were frozen

The JKLF contested the order. But the tribunal constituted to hear the case lapsed, and a notification to extend its term was not issued.

2005: Musharraf Arrives In India to Discuss Kashmir

Pakistan’s President General Pervez Musharraf arrived in India to discuss the Kashmir dispute in an effort to ease five decades of hostility. But, as usual, the effort went in vain.

2010: RR Kills 70-Year-Old-Kupwara Villager

Habibullah Khan, 70, from the Devar area of Lolab in the Kupwara district was shot dead by a party of the 6 Rashtriya Rifles.  This was the ninth killing of the year.

2011: Dogra Certificate Order Put on Hold

A court in the Budgam district of central Kashmir put in abeyance the government orders related to issuing Dogra Certificates to the people of the Jammu region.
The Sub Judge in Budgam, Parvez Hussain Kachroo, put the operation of order number Rev (LB) 69 of 2011 dated 25-03-2001 and Rev (LB) 52 of 2011 dated 7-4-2011 in abeyance till the state government filed its objections.
The order came after a Chadoora resident, Muhammad Altaf Bhat, approached the court with a suit, arguing that the government’s move was “aimed at creating a separate class of people within the state and it could lead to the disintegration of the people of the state on ethnic lines.”