Malik condemns killings, atrocities
‘Youth at forefront of movement’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Aug 29: The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Muhammad Yasin Malik on Sunday accused the Government of carrying out genocide of Kashmiris to suppress the ongoing movement.
In a statement a JKLF spokesman said Malik today visited the families of the youth and teenagers of Batmaloo, Bemina and adjoining areas who were killed in troopers and police action.
After expressing sympathies with the bereaved families, Malik addressed a massive gathering at Batamaloo. “Youth are at the forefront of this movement and New Delhi is trying to crush their resolve by carrying out their genocide by sophisticated weapons. Over 60 youth have been martyred and hundreds injured by use of disproportionate force on peaceful protests. The sacrifices rendered by people will not go waste,” Malik told the gathering.
On the occasion, the president of Jamait-ul-Ahlihadees Maulana Showkat while paying rich tributes to the slain youth appealed the people to help the bereaved families. Later the people told Malik that police have unleashed terror in the area.
Among others who accompanied Malik included Showkat Ahmad Bakshi and Nazir Ahmad Sheikh.
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