Government pushing youth to violence: Hurriyat (M)
Srinagar, Feb 16: Hurriyat (M) on Wednesday accused the government of pushing the Kashmiri youth to violence.
Condemning the arrests of youth in Srinagar and other towns of the Valley, Hurriyat spokesman, in a statement, alleged that the government under well thought out plan was creating such an atmosphere, which would compel the youth to take recourse to violence.
“The process of large scale arrests started by the government indicates that it is trying to lend credence to rumours: Khoon Ka Badla June Mien Leingay. The government is employing new tactics to suppress the ongoing resistance movement under garb of precluding any mass agitation in summer,” he said.
Meanwhile, Hurriyat delegation comprising Abdul Rashid Antoo, Abdul Majeed Wani, Muhammad Maqbool Sofi, Ghulam Qadir Rah, and Imtiyaz Reshi visited Maloora in the outskirts of Srinagar where three children of family were killed in an explosion.
Expressing sympathies with the bereaved, the members claimed that such incidents would continue to take place in Valley until complete demilitarization of the State.
Meanwhile, Hurriyat has alleged that the soldiers of 29 RR had unleashed a reign of terror and fear in Wanigam and its adjacent areas. It has appealed to the human rights organizations to take cognizance of alleged excesses perpetrated on the civilians by the soldiers.
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