PDP exploiting children in name of exams: Shabir Shah
Incarcerated Chairman of Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) Shabir Ahmad Shah today condemned what he termed as "reign of terror unleashed by the forces" in Rohmoo, Pulwama.
"It is extremely unfortunate that the state's Chief Minister and the Education Minister are exploiting the students in the name of examination in order to save their chairs, but they don't even utter a word in favour of those children who lost their eyesight thereby boosting the morale of the armed forces.," a spokesman of the PDP, in a statement today, quoting Shah
"We are not against the education and are fully conscious of the fact that the educated Kashmiri nation will break the chains of Indian slavery. It doesn't befit the killers of children and those who snatch their eyesight to talk about their education," he said.
Commenting on the beating of a retired DSP of J&K Police and his family by army personnel, Shah said, "The incident should serve as an eye-opener and a lesson for J&K Police. At the end of the day, police have to return to their people and live among them. So, they should introspect." Shah condemned the 'vandalizing' of properties and beating of people particularly the children in Gaam, Beerwah.