JKLF condemns detention of children
Srinagar, Dec 1: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front has strongly condemned, the arrest of “innocent children,” accusing the government of marring their future.
In a statement today, a spokesman of the Front alleged that the government had stepped up the process of arresting youth especially students thereby making their life miserable.
The spokesman has appealed to the international human rights organizations to initiate effective steps to the rid innocent Kashmiri youth of the alleged atrocities.
Meanwhile, Front has paid glowing tributes to the memory of Shaheed Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Mir alias Hyder Ali, Ghulam Ahmad Mir alias Jamal-ud-Din and Shaheed Abdul Hamid Lone alias Tanvir Ahmad Ganai on their martyrdom anniversary.
A delegation of Front led by its acting chairman advocate Bashir Ahmad Bhat visited Sanoor Kalipora in Budgam district and participated in a condolence meeting held in memory of these martyrs.
Besides Bhat, the delegation comprised Front general secretary Ghulam Rasool Dar Eidi, Manzoor Mustaffa, Zahoor Ahmad Bhat, Siraj-ud-Din, Mir Dawood, Muhamamd Sidiq Shah, Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri, Ghulam Muhammad Dar, Muhammad Ramzan, A A Sarwar, Gulzar Pahalwan, Moulvi Abdul Rashid. The members visited the Martyrs’ Graveyard at Sanoor Kalipora and offered special prayers for Shaheed Hyder Ali and other martyrs.
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