Malik distributes relief among encounter victims
GK NEWS NETWORK
Sopore, Oct 30: The chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik, Tuesday distributed Rs 2.25 lakh among the affected people of recent encounter in Sopore.
“During the encounter, half a dozen houses and business establishments were destroyed by the Army shelling,” said a spokesman of the Front in a statement.
Speaking on the occasion, Malik appealed all Kashmiris to keep these affected people in mind who have lost everything and are compelled to live under the open sky during these cold days.
About Rs 1.25 lakh was collected from Srinagar while Rs 1 lakh was contributed by Fruit Mandi, Sopore.
Thanking those who contributed for the cause, Malik appealed others especially people of Sopore to rise to the occasion and help the affected in this hour of need.
Condemning the ‘terrorism’ unleashed by armed forces, Malik said, “Their approach has once again proved that they treat Kashmir as their colony where they have no rule or regulation to follow.”
Malik also visited the residence of one of the militants killed in the encounter, Muzamil Amin Dar at Bamdamwari, Sopore, where prayers were offered for the killed.
Meanwhile, a JKLF delegation led by Advocate Bashir Ahmad Bhat visited Qazigund Islamabad (Anantnag) where the mother and father-in-law of JKLF member Javed Ahmad Malik had passed away on Eid. Bhat expressed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family on behalf of the Front.
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