We will take to streets if culprits aren’t arrested: CCB
Attack on Peer Jalal-ud-din
Srinagar, Apr 3: Coordination Committee Batamaloo (CCB) Tuesday threatened to launch an agitation if the accused in attack on Peer Jalal-ud-din were not arrested at the earliest.
“Almost 18 days have passed since Peer Sahib was attacked but police have not arrested the attackers yet. Police have solved many big cases in past but failed to take action in this case. We appeal police to arrest the assailants at the earliest. Otherwise we will be forced to take to streets,” spokesman of CCB, Parvaiz Ahmad said while addressing a press conference, here.
He said the Traders Federation Batamaloo, Auqaf Committees and people of the locality have unanimously decided to hold a peaceful sit in on Friday to demand swift proceedings in the attack.
“Peer sahib is a prominent religious personality and a philanthropist. So keeping in view the public sentiments, we want prompt action in the case?” he said.
Parvaiz said Peer Jalal-ud-din was not associated with any political party. “And the attack on him was a criminal conspiracy and an inhumane act. The Coordination Committee will not relax till it unmasks the attackers,” he added.
He said the CCB has submitted applications to the SSP Srinagar and Inspector General’s Office requesting to taking the case to its logical end by arresting the assailants.
“Police officers always reply that they are investigating the matter but we plead them to seriously take on the matter,” Parvaiz said.
“The coordination committee will wait till Friday. If attackers are not arrested, we will take to streets,” he added.
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