Martyrs invaluable asset: Malik
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 14: The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik on Thursday said the martyrs and their blood were the invaluable asset of Kashmiris.
Addressing public meetings in Pulwama district, Malik strongly condemned, what he said, the excesses and atrocities on people by the forces.
“We do not find in any part of the world the example of atrocities and excesses which are perpetrated on Kashmiris to quell our genuine peaceful struggle. In response to our struggle, the armed forces are showering bullets on us. They have unleashed terror in every village and town. Yesterday, the BSF and CRPF personnel together attacked the children and teachers of a middle school at Sangrama in district Varmul of north Kashmir, inuring 15 children and three teachers,” said Malik adding that the Kashmiris would not give up their struggle till the goal is achieved.
Malik along with other leaders of Front on Thursday visited residences of Muhammad Yaqoob and Shabir Ahmad Malik at Zadoora and Lonepora respectively. The duo was
killed during present unrest.
JKLF Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik expresses solidarity with the family of a youth killed during present unrest at Pulwama on Thursday.
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