Solidarity expressed with families of Sopore martyrs

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Srinagar

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, a delegation of Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Khawateen Markaz and Jammu and Kashmir Political Resistance Movement visited to Sopore and expressed solidarity with the families of civilians killed by Indian police in Sopore on Saturday.

Jammu and Kashmir Khawateen Markaz Chairperson, Yasmeen Raja and Political Resistance Movement leader, Ahmad Bashir visited the residence of martyred Manzoor Ahmed Shalla and Bashir Ahmed in Sopore town and said that the innocents were being targeted in indiscriminate fire, fake encounters and in custody.

The two were picked up from their shops and then martyred by Indian police outside CRPF camp located near Sopore Chowk.

The leaders demanded a fair probe under the UN and other international rights organizations so that the killers are identified and punished accordingly.

They said, both the martyrs have offered the priceless sacrifices for the sacred cause of freedom and their mission will continue till it reaches its destination.

Three persons were martyred by the random firing of Indian forces’ personnel at Aarampora in Sopore town on Saturday. The incident triggered a forceful anti-India protest in the area.—KMS

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