Government shielding perpetrators of Shopian case: AAC
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 30: Jammu Kashmir Awami Action Committee (AAC) Wednesday paid rich tributes to the victims of alleged double rape and murder in Shopian.
At a meeting of its working committee held here Wednesday at Mirwaiz Manzil Nigeen, with its chairman Mirwaiz Moulvi Muhammad Umar Farooq in chair, the members paid glowing tributes to the victims of Shopian tragedy: Asiya and Neelofar, on their third anniversary.
A party spokesman said the meeting expressed solidarity with people of Shopian in general and family of Asiya and Neelofar in particular.
The spokesman alleged that the government is “deliberately shielding the perpetrators of double rape and murder and trying to hush up the shameful case.” “This is highly condemnable,” he said.
The spokesman said the authorities failed to bring the criminals to justice despite mass public protests.
Stressing the need for unity among the pro-freedom leaders and organizations, the spokesman alleged that “some forces and agencies have increased efforts to harm the freedom struggle.” “It is the responsibility of the pro-freedom parties and people to get united and foil the nefarious designs of enemies of freedom movement,” he said.
The meeting, according to statement, underlined that “the freedom movement is passing through a crucial phase and the unification of leadership is imperative to defeat any move aimed at harming the liberation struggle.”
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