KUTA CONDEMNS TUFAIL’S KILLING
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 14: Terming the “recent surge” in killings a “genocide of Kashmiris“, the Kashmir University Teachers Association (KUTA) has condemned the killing of teenager Tufail Ahmed Mattoo.
A KUTA spokesman said the government had failed to provide protection to the people.
“The government is unmoved and enjoying fairs elsewhere while innocent Kashmiris are being killed,” he alleged.
He said the KUTA would take to streets should the government fail to “come out of the slumber.”
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