JKLF (R) for probe by international agencies
Srinagar, Aug 24: Commenting on the State Human Rights Commission’s report about the presence of 2000 bodies in unmarked graves in north Kashmir, the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (R) chairman Farooq Ahmad Dar alias Bitta Karatey and senior vice-president, Javid Ahmad Mir has said not only 2000, but over 10000 persons had been killed in ‘fake encounters’.
The Front leaders demanded a thorough probe into the unmarked graves by international investigating agencies.
The Front leaders said the JKLF (R) chief patron and executive director, Kashmir Centre Brussels, Barrister Abdul Majid Tramboo had from time to time presented the reports in European Union and various other international organizations regarding enforced disappearances and unmarked graves.
Meanwhile, Tramboo has expressed deep sorrow over the demise of Muhammad Siddiq Mir, father of Ghulam Ahmad Mir and Rayees Ahmad Mir, of Kashmir Media Service. He prayed for the deceased and sympathized with the bereaved family.
A delegation of Front leaders comprising Farooq Ahmad Dar, Wajahat Qureshi, Muhammad Rafiq Bhat and Ajaz Ahmad Mir visited the residence of deceased and expressed solidarity with the bereaved family. The members prayed for the deceased. The Front leaders have also paid glowing tributes to the Galwanpora martyrs on their anniversary.
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