In occupied Kashmir, Kashmir Tehreek-e-Khawateen has expressed serious concern over the killings and brutalities on civilians, male and female students committed by Indian army, paramilitary forces and police in the territory.
Kashmir Tehreek-e-Khawateen Chairperson, Zamrooda Habib while talking to media in Srinagar said Kashmiri students who are the sons and future of the soil had shaken New Delhi and termed Indian police’s violent actions a absolute state-terrorism.
Zamrooda Habib paid glowing tributes to 20-year old martyr, Muzaffar Ahmad. She supported the call for peaceful protests, tomorrow, after Friday prayers in solidarity with the student community.
She said that educational institutions had been turned into cantonments and youth were subjected to worst form of human rights violations.
Earlier, Zamrooda Habib while staging a protest sit-in at Press colony in Srinagar expressed solidarity with the victim families and injured students. She also urged world and human rights organizations to take notice of the worst situation in occupied Kashmir.—KMS