Stop harassment of Kashmiris: Bhushan Bazaz
Srinagar, Nov 28: Demanding an end to the harassment and framing of Kashmiris on false charges, Chief of the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Forum Pandit Bhushan Bazaz today said the lives of two Kashmiris acquitted in 1996 Lajpat Nagar blast case after 17 years have been ruined.
“Acquitting a person after nearly two decades is no justice. The duo spent the prime years of their lives in jail that too on fabricated charges,” the statement said.
Bazaz warned that parliament attack convict Afzal Guru’s hanging will completely disturb the peace in the Valley.
“But BJP will not bother about the interest of the country when it comes to its political interests,” he said.
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