Unmarked graves, grave HR violation: CPI
Seeks judicial probe
Srinagar, Sep 17: Terming the unmarked graves as the grave human rights violation the leader of Communist Party Gurudas Dasgupta today said the matter needs a thorough judicial probe.
“The discovery of unmarked graves is a grave human rights violation. And if the SHRC report will be found true it signifies a serious issue and breach of constitution”, he said. “The judicial enquiry should be called in the revelations.”
Addressing a news conference here he slammed the present government for failing to engage youth through strong employment program. “The present government in JK is pushing youth in the hands of militancy by exploiting them. They are being devoid of employment opportunities”, he said.
Replying to a query Dasgupta said the justice system in Kashmir didn’t run smoothly in the hands of present government. “The youth who are detained for stone pelting in different jails in Kashmir should be released immediately and judicial process of accused should be made quickly so that they start their normal life,” he said.
He said the youth couldn’t be sensitized with the force of gun but the proper employment package and creation of avenues through ‘Public Sector Undertakings’.
“The militancy can’t be stopped through the deployment of CRPF or by increasing forces but the government needs a strong employment policy”, he said.
On the issue of interlocution he said New Delhi should have done more to win the hearts of people here. “The interlocutors were engaged to bring the tranquility to the state but unfortunately they couldn’t do much.”
The CPI leader said, “The government is not serious because of its anti-people policies,” he said.
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