Condemnation continues to pour in against killings

Srinagar—In occupied Kashmir, pro-freedom leaders and organisations while strongly condemning the recent killings have sought UN intervention in stoppage of genocide and settlement of the lingering Kashmir dispute.
The All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC) leader and the Jammu and Kashmir National Front Chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan in a statement issued in Srinagar stressed the need for a unanimous strategy regarding resistance movement.
He said, “We need to rethink and reconsider latest strategies and let all of us vow to carry struggle to its logical end. It is do or die situation and our mosques can play a pivotal role in the ongoing struggle. We are left with no option but to face forces that have turned our Valley into a slaughter house.”
The Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) Chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi in her statement in Srinagar called upon the resistance leadership to announce an effective programme to sustain the present movement. She said, Kashmir dispute is once again being discussed at the international forums. Hurriyet leaders, Muhammad Rafiq Ganai and Shabbir Zargar in their statements made the same demand.
Hurriyet leaders, Yasmeen Raja, Javaid Ahmad Mir, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza, Muhammad Sharif Sartaj, Muhammad Yousuf Naqash, Bilal Siddiqui, Hakeem Abdur Rasheed, Farooq Ahmad Dar and Syed Salim Gilani in their statements in Srinagar, denouncing the killings, said curfew and restrictions could not break the resolve of Kashmiris as they were committed to take the ongoing freedom movement to its logical end.
The High Court Bar Association of the occupied territory termed the killings a systemic genocide of Kashmiri Muslims. Delegations of Lawyers Club of Kashmir and Muslim Khawateen Markaz Jammu and Kashmir visited different hospitals and enquired about the health of the injured Kashmiris. The delegation members demanded probe into brutal action of forces.
Deputy grand Mufti, Nasir-ul-Islam, in a statement condemned the ongoing killing spree in Kashmir and paid rich tributes to the martyrs. He cautioned people to stay away from the pro-India leaders as well as the Indian religious clerics, whom New Delhi is planning to send to Kashmir.
The Jammu and Kashmir Social Peace Forum and All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee also condemned the civilian killings. Federation Chamber of Industry Kashmir (FCIK) in a statement asked the PDP-BJP puppet administration to step down as it had lost moral ground to rule.—KMS

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