JKLF accuses rulers of supporting renegades
Srinagar, Dec 26: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front has strongly condemned , what it said, “The so-called rulers’ support to the notorious renegades involved in the killing of thousands of Kashmiris”.
“The support to these renegades by the so-called democratic parties proves their direct involvement in the atrocities committed on Kashmiris. A notorious killer Ghulam Muhammad alias Kishtwari of Pampore is the case in point. The killer despite being in jail is constantly threatening Zahoor Ahmad Mir, son of a contractor Ali Muhammad Mir who was martyred by this killer. He is also holding out threats to other people who are fighting against him in courts. A delegation of these terrorized people visited JKLF office and narrated their woeful tales. The delegation while expressing their fear said that even police and authorities seem to support this notorious killer who has committed thousands of criminal acts against humanity,” a JKLF spokesman said in a statement.
The Front assured the delegation that no efforts would be spared to bring these killers to justice. It also assured continued support to these oppressed people.
Lastupdate on : Wed, 26 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 26 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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