JKLF (R) worried over detention of leaders, kids
Srinagar, Nov 25: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (R) has expressed serious concern over the continued detention of political leaders and ‘innocent children’ in different jails in and outside the Valley.
In a statement, Front spokesman said, “On one hand, New Delhi is blowing the trumpet of peace and talks while on the other, it has given a freehand to the police and other armed forces operating in Kashmir to arrest anyone irrespective of age. As a result, not only innocent youth, but also aged and children are languishing in different jails without any trial.”
The spokesman said such repressive steps by the government could not prevent the pro-freedom people from continuing their struggle.
Meanwhile, the Front has appealed to the human rights organizations to take note of the plight of detainees in jails and exert pressure on New Delhi to release all the Kashmiri detainees without further delay.
Meanwhile, Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (R) chairman, Farooq Ahmad Dar alias Bitta Karatey has expressed deep sorrow over the demise of Haji Ghulam Qadir Rawandah of Chamarwari, Zaina Kadal, a close relative of party senior vice-chairman, Javid Ahmad Mir and wife of Peer Muhammad Amin of Chotta Bazar here.
A delegation of the Front leaders led by Bitta Karatey visited the residences of the deceased and expressed sympathies with the bereaved families.
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Lastupdate on : Fri, 25 Nov 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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