'Killings by forces continue'
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 24: The Chairman of Jammu & Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yaseen Malik, Monday alleged there was no let up in the killing of people, destruction of property and arrest and detention of pro-freedom leaders and activists in Kashmir.
“No one is taking cognizance of the atrocities and persecutions being perpetrated on Kashmiris by the armed forces,” said Malik addressing a condolence meeting at Kellar, Rajpora, in south Kashmir where three militants were recently killed.
A JKLF delegation led by Malik visited the residences of Farooq Ahmad Khanday, Muhammad Amin Bhat and Muhammad Lateef of Kellar and expressed sympathies and solidarity with their families.
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