Movement will be taken to its logical end: Khan
ASKS NEW DELHI BASED MEDIA TO GIVE UP ‘BIASED REPORTING’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Laisar (Rafiabad), Feb 15: Chairman of National Front Nayeem Khan on Wednesday assured people that mission of martyrs would be taken to its logical end.
“We will never forget the sacrifices rendered by our people and movement will be taken to its logical end,” said Khan while addressing a gathering here in north Kashmir.
Khan visited the family of Ashiq Hussain, killed allegedly by soldiers last week in the area, and expressed solidarity with them.
He asked the New Delhi based media to give up “biased reporting” and report facts. “ It is amazing that such big incident was downplayed by the media in New Delhi,” he said.
An NF spokesman said the residents of Laisar termed Ashiq Hussain’s killing as a
“cold blooded murder.” “Locals were of the view that there is no need of any investigation as killers are known to everybody and they were roaming freely,” the spokesman said.
“Locals informed the delegation that forces first cordoned the whole village and then fired upon Ashiq Hussain outside his house so it is a target killing,” he added.
Nayeem Ahmad Khan and other NF leaders later visited the grave of Shaheed Ghulam Muhammad Bulla at Sopore in north Kashmir. Bulla was martyred in 1975, the spokesman said.
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