The incarcerated chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik today hailed the youth who saved the lives of the Amarnath Yatris who were injured in the road accident at Bijebahara in south Kashmir's Anantnag (Islamabad) district, describing them as heroes. "Saving human lives is our behavior and taking lives by firing to kill and even stopping ambulances carrying injured theirs. The youth who saved the lives of accident hit Yatris at Bijbehara deserve appreciation," Malik said.
"At a time when forces are busy killing our young boys, girls and children, this act of kindness by Kashmri youth has made all of us proud. This is what our religion Islam teaches us and this is what Kashmiris are known for."
Appreciating the youth who did this commendable job, Yasin Malik said, "The communal and biased Indian media especially TV channels who are busy demonizing Kashmiris should find some guts to report these things too."
"Forces and police have killed more than 4o people so far and injured more than 1500 by straight firing on the heads and chests. More than half of those injured have been hit by bullets and pellets in their heads, faces, chests and backs and this is why hundreds today face danger of losing eyesight and other vital organs," Malik said.
Meanwhile, a spokesman of the Front said that JKLF leadership is continuing its efforts to reach out to the injured and other victims of 'state sponsored violence' and today JKLF leaders visited Bone and Joint hospital, Burzalla, and JVC hospital where they met the injured persons and assured them every help in this hour of dire need.