Police provoking youth to disrupt peace: JKLF
Srinagar, June 20: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front on Monday accused the police of provoking youth to “disrupt peace” in the Valley.
“Police is harassing the pro-freedom political activists thereby provoking the youth to disrupt peace in the Valley,” said a spokesman of the Front in a statement today.
The spokesman has strongly condemned the arrest and shifting of its member Riyaz Ahmad Shah of Chrar-e-Sharief to Srinagar Central Jail. He stressed for immediate halt to “harassment” of youth, and demanded release of all detainees.
Meanwhile, Front has expressed sorrow over the demise of Ashfaq Ahmad Wani son of Muhammad Mubarak Wani of Behrampora in a road mishap.
A delegation of Front leaders comprising Showkat Ahmad Bakhshi, Muhammad Zaman Mir, Abdul Rashid Magloo, Farooq Ahmad Dar and Noor Khan visited the residence of the deceased, expressing solidarity with the bereaved family.
The delegation later on visited the residence of its prominent member Abdul Majid Rather at Kachloor, Rafiabad, and condoled the demise of his mother. The members offered special prayers for the deceased.
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