Hurriyat Conference (G) on Sunday accused New Delhi of what it said "targeting" younger generation of Kashmir "to prolong its forcible control of the valley."
In a statement, Hurriyat (G) spokesperson condemned the killing of 7th standard student Nasir Shafi by forces at Harwan.
"He was killed in cold blood, escalating the death toll of the present uprising to 84 with scores being blinded and injured. Every house is mourning and every mother is wailing on the ruthless killings of their loved ones. As Firaun sensing his destruction by the coming generations, eliminated the whole race of the new born just to safeguard himself, likewise India foreseeing its humiliating exit from Kashmir especially at the hands of the coming generation, purposely eliminate them with iron fist to make sure that their forcible control of Kashmir prolongs," the statement said.
"Getting encouraged by the sarcastic remarks of "toffee and milk", armed forces got more ruthless and inhuman, while dealing with the 11-year old Nasir Shafi. No human heart can retain its normal rhythms on seeing these barbaric acts of cruelty, but local stooges of this killer force have stoop down even the lowest levels of their sanity and morality as the lust of power, luxuries and emoluments of their loyalties, have stripped even the slightest trace of humanity from them," it said.
"How come these political jugglers and illusionists dare to hypnotize and mesmerize the audiences on TV screens shedding crocodile tears for darkening the future of our young generation, when the forces under their control and command ruthlessly kill these school going children every day,"? the spokesperson asked.
"Army men don't even spare the mentally challenged people as they showered bullets on Showkat Ahmad Misgar of Safakadal. We condemn the armed forces for not allowing the farmers to harvest their paddy in Kupwara. By doing so, they want to compel us to approach them with begging bowel," it said.
Referring to the operation "Calm Down" by army in South Kashmir, the spokesperson said "there is nothing new in it, as India always has tried their arsenal very hard to achieve "calm" here in Kashmir, but let it be clear to them that brute force and repressive tactics have never overpowered the genuine and honest voice of any oppressed nation."