JKCCS demands impartial probe into killings
Srinagar, Apr 11: Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society has demanded impartial and independent investigation into all the killings this year including the assassination of Jamiat-e-Ahli Hadees president, Moulana Showkat Shah.
In a statement, JKCCS spokesman expressed concern over the spate of civilian killings including activists of National Conference and Congress in the Valley this year.
It said as a civil society organization, JKCCS had always expressed unacceptability of any civilian killing at the hands of any state or non-state actors.
“Killing of civilian political workers only creates a culture of intolerance and chokes dissent. JKCCS has been urging all the combatant forces–military and the members of United Jehad Council to refrain from killing any civilian political workers. In March 2010, United Jehad Council responded positively to the demand made by JKCCS regarding the observance of International Humanitarian principles in Jammu and Kashmir,” it said.
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