Sikhs demand end to killings
Srinagar, July 13: The all party Sikh Coordination Committee Kashmir has condemned the recent killings in the valley and demanded an end to the killings and violence.
In a statement, coordinator APSCC Jagmohan Singh Raina urged the state and Union government to bring permanent peace by putting end to the killings.
“The prevailing situation has brought sufferings to people on various fronts. We demand an end to these killings and restoration of peace. The city looks lifeless with empty streets, closed shops and deserted Shikaras amid the heavy presence of security forces,” Jagmohan said.
“Due to curfew, common people are starving but nothing has been done to solve it apart from continuing curfew, which is saddest part of democratically elected government of Jammu and Kashmir,” he added.
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