SPF activists arrested
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Aug 14: Police has reportedly arrested at least two leaders of Jammu and Kashmir Social Peace Forum, who staged a protest demonstration here against human rights violations in the Kashmir valley.
As per a party press statement, issued here today, police arrested Ramneek Singh and Harmeet Singh for protesting the killing of innocent youth in Kashmir. The duo was part of a protest demonstration staged by the Forum in Jammu, a couple of days back. They have been lodged in Satwari police station.
The statement said that the police has been raiding the residence of Davinder Singh Dehn chairman Jammu and Kashmir Social Peace Forum, which demands peaceful resolution of Kashmir issue, forcing him to go underground.
It is unfortunate that on one side the Prime Minister of India himself admitted the human rights violations in Kashmir while on the other the genuine and legitimate voices are being curbed in the state.
“We have been fighting against the oppression of the innocent people in Jammu and Kashmir and police can not resort to such means to curb our voice”, Dehn told Greater Kashmir, over phone.
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