Kashmir Inc anguished at Gool killings
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 18: Valley’s apex trade body – Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) today termed the killing of civilians in BSF firing at Gool Ramban as ‘massacre of innocents’.
At an emergency meeting here today, the KCCI members said they were anguished by this gruesome incident and strongly condemned the killing of innocent people.
“It is the gravest of the crimes. It is intolerable and reminds of Jallianwala bagh massacre,” the KCCI in a handout said.
It said the act cannot be condemned in words alone. “The culprits need to be punished immediately for this heinous crime,” it said.
Meanwhile, the KCCI urged entire trade fraternity of Kashmir to be united in this hour of grief and extend full support to the Muslim community of the area.
“The KCCI further appeals the civil society in India to come out and demand a time-bound probe into the gruesome incident which will identify the killers and award exemplary punishment to them,” it said.
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