KILLINGS IN NORTH EVOKES WIDESPREAD CONDEMNATION
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 28: Various organizations have strongly condemned the killings of teenagers and firing on peaceful protesters in different districts of Valley by the police and paramilitary troopers.
Two teenagers Tajamul Ahmad Bhat of Zaingear and nine year old Tauqeer Ahmad Rather of Delina were killed and scores injured on Monday.
Expressing deep grief and anguish over the killings, the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (R) termed it highly condemnable inhuman act by the troopers.
In a statement, a spokesman also condemned the use of indiscriminate forces on the peaceful people marching towards Sopur, terming it government’s frustration. He condemned the arrest of pro-freedom leaders including Front senior vice-chairman Javid Ahmad Mir by the police.
The spokesman paid glowing tributes to the two martyred youth and expressed solidarity with their families.
Condemning the killings, the Muslim League Jammu Kashmir termed it worst kind of state terrorism. It has paid glowing tributes to the martyred youth and expressed solidarity with their families. It has also prayed for the speedy recovery of injured persons.
The Jammu Kashmir Peoples’ Freedom League chairman Farooq Ahmad Rehmani had also condemned the killings and expressed solidarity with the families of martyred. He has prayed for the speedy recovery of injured persons in the firing by armed forces at various places of Valley.
Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir leaders, Peer Saifullah, Raja Meraj and Amir-i-Hamza on Monday saluted the sacrifices, valour and determination of the people of Sopur.
The Hurriyat leaders were addressing a public meeting at Sopur. They reiterated the pledge to continue struggle and take the mission of martyrs to its logical end. They condemned the killing of two innocent civilians and injuring of scores of others in police firing at different parts of Valley.
Jammu and Kashmir Anjuman Sharie Shiaan strongly condemned the continued killing of innocent civilians by the armed forces in different places of Kashmir valley.
“It has now become a tendency for CRPF and other forces to kill the Kashmiri youth on daily bases. Today two youths, Tajamul Ahmed and Towqeer were brutally killed by CRPF. It is eighth killing in a fortnight,” said a spokesman of the Anjuman, adding that “We strongly condemn the house arrest of all Hurriyat leaders including president of Anjuman Sharie Shian and senior APHC leader Aga Syed Hassan Almosavi Alsafavi and chairman of APHC Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, who were schedule to lead the processions from Budgam and Srinagar. Crackdown on many other Hurriyat leaders and activists and putting them behind bars is most disgraceful act of so-called government.”
Jamaat-e-Islami expressed anguish and sorrow over killing of innocent youth including a nine year old boy at Delina by CRPF.
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