Koimoh firing evokes condemnation
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 17: Different separatist leaders and organizations have condemned the firing on funeral procession of militants at Koimoh in Kulgam district, by the CRPF men, terming it an inhuman act.
Condemning the firing, a spokesman of the Tehreek-e-Hurriyat said such repressive acts could not stop people from pursuing the freedom struggle. The party delegation led by general secretary, Peer Saifullah today visited Koimoh while another delegation led by Ayaz Akbar visited the B&J Hospital here to inquire about the condition of injured.
Condemning the firing, Jammu Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party said such acts could damage the proposed Indo-Pak talks.
A delegation of the Party led by Muhammad Abdullah Tarri visited the residence of JKLF (R) senior leader Muhammad Salim Nana and enquired about his health.
Jammu Kashmir Peoples’ Freedom League, while condemning the incident, termed it cruel act by the troops. It has expressed solidarity with injured people and prayed for their recovery.
The Democratic Political Movement general secretary, Abdur Rashid Dar condemned the firing and expressed solidarity with the injured.
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