Observe strike, hold protests today: Aasiya
CONDEMNS VARMUL YOUTH’S KILLING
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 19: The Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Aasiya Andrabi on Monday urged people to observe a complete shutdown on Tuesday to express solidarity with the pro-freedom leaders and youth lodged in various jails.
In a statement, Aasiya strongly condemned the killing of Fayaz Ahmad Khanday allegedly in police firing at Varmul on Monday evening.
“These killings are a part of a conspiracy hatched by New Delhi and executed by the so called government to suppress the movement. We make a fervent appeal to people to strongly protest against the killing,” she said.
Aasiya maintained the ongoing agitation would continue till the movement is taken to its logical conclusion. “If New Delhi is serious to resolve the Kashmir dispute, it should withdraw its troopers from the state and give Kashmiris right to self-determination,” she said.
She accused the activists of National Conference and Congress of making attempts to thwart the strike by paying hefty amounts to some auto drivers. “People should foil their attempts by observing a complete shutdown,” she added.
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