Use of PSA cannot break our will: Nayeem Khan

Condemning the slapping of Public Safety Act (PSA) on scores of political activists and common people, the senior Hurriyat Conference (G) leader and Jammu Kashmir National Front (NF) chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan today said, “It PSA) cannot break the will of people.
Use of PSA cannot break our will: Nayeem Khan
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Condemning the slapping of Public Safety Act (PSA) on scores of political activists and common people, the senior Hurriyat Conference (G)  leader and Jammu Kashmir National Front (NF) chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan today said, "It PSA) cannot break the will of people."

"Police have booked senior activist of National Front and Singhpora Bapar Mandal, President Altaf Ahmad under PSA which is an indication that authorities have started using iron f ist against pro-freedom people. The so called administration is on path of  inhuman way to tackle the situation," Nayeem Ahmad Khan, in a statement today, said, adding that "Pro-freedom leadership had already warned authorities not to use undemocratic means to suppress the people's voice but no one gave any heed to that and the result is in front of all."

Nayeem Khan warned the administration to act within limits otherwise people will not forgive them and they will 'revolt' in full gear. He strongly condemned the slapping of PSA on Altaf Ahmad and many  other political activists and common people, saying that such tactics will only aggravate the situation. Altaf Ahmad has been lodged in Kuthua jail.

Nayeem Ahmad Khan also expressed concern over the ransacking of households in nook and corner of the valley at the hands of police andIndian forces. "A couple of days ago police and other forces went berserk in Hanjiwara, Pattan, Palhallan and other places and ransacked dozens of residential houses without any provocation," he said, strongly condemning  police 'brutalities' at Pattan, Palhallan and other areas of Baramulla and other districts.

"Such are the police brutalities that father, son duo was injured at Pattan due to unprovoked pellet firing and even a nine year old minor was among dozens injured at Hanjiwera," Nayeem Khan said, pledging that the ongoing freedom struggle will be taken to its logical conclusion without compromising on freedom and honour of the people who have rendered countless sacrifices to break the chains of 'slavery'.

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