PDP legislators to meet today
DILAWAR CONDEMNS ‘REIGN OF TERROR’, KILLINGS
Srinagar July 31: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called a special meeting of its legislature party here on Sunday to discuss the present turmoil in the Valley.
“Atrocities on civilians have reached an intolerable level while killings of youth have assumed dimensions of an unprecedented crisis,” the PDP general secretary Muhammad Dilawar Mir said in a statement.
He said that even keeping the count of such deaths was becoming difficult. “Apart from the deaths hundreds are lying in hospitals with grievous injuries mostly caused by bullets,” he said.
Dilawar said Sunday’s meeting would be attended by senior PDP leaders in addition to the legislators. “All aspects of present situation will be discussed at the meeting”, he added.
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