Malik accuses Govt of unleashing unilateral violence
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Aug 17: The Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front Muhammad Yasin Malik on Wednesday strongly condemned the arrest of hundreds of youth during the ongoing holy month of Ramadan. He accused the Government of resorting to unilateral violence to suppress Kashmiris.
Malik while speaking to the family members of Nazim Rashid, who died in police custody at Sopore in north Kashmir said, “Nazim’s custodial killing has once again proved that the people in Kashmir are unsafe.”
He expressed solidarity with the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul.
Later on, Malik also visited the residence of Muhammad Ashraf Dar who was recently killed by unidentified gunmen in Sopore.
Expressing solidarity with Dar’s family, Malik said such inhuman acts by the unidentified gunmen had bruised the sentiments of lakhs of people. “Murder of an innocent person is the murder of whole humanity. Those involved in the killing of Muhammad Ashraf Dar could not be called as human beings,” he said, demanding that the killers should be brought to justice.
Malik called upon the people to continue struggle in a peaceful and disciplined way. “If we continue our struggle for peacefully and in a disciplined way, no power in this world can defeat our movement,” he said.
Malik was accompanied by advocate Bashir Ahmad Bhat, Noor Muhammad Kalwal , Showkat Ahmad Bakhshi, Sheikh Abdul Rashid, Prof Javid, Showkat Ahmad Dar , Syed Nisar Ahmad Jeelani, Farooq Ahmad Dar, Abdul Rashid Mugloo and Moulvi Riyaz.
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