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Yasin visits Bandipora victim families
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SRINAGAR, July 6: JKLF chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik today visited the families of two youth allegedly killed in army firing at Bandipora district.

Yasin was under house arrest from July 1 and was released last night. He left for Markundal and Koundabal villages this morning to offer condolences to the bereaved families.

A JKLF chairman said police had tried to cause hurdles in Yasin’s visit but he crossed all hurdles and reached to the affected families. Others who accompanied JKLF chairman included Mohammad Yasin Bhat, Sheikh Abdul Rashid, Bashir Kashmiri, Showkat A Dar, and Bashir Sumbali. They visited the house of slain teenager Irfan Nabi Ganai and met his bereaved family. After offering condolences, the JKLF delegation visited the residence of Tariq Ahmad.

JKLF chairman also addressed the people at both the places. He said both the young students who had a bright career were murdered by forces in cold blood. Yasin alleged that Jammu and Kashmir has been turned into a police state where every space for peaceful political activity has been choked.

“We are not even being allowed to express our sympathies and condolences to the bereaved by so called democratic country and rulers while on the contrary pro-Indian politicians and leaders who, while sitting in assembly and parliament, are actually safeguarding the interests of this army and forces, who make laws and pass ordinances to protect these killers, endeavour to protect these forces from legal process and prosecutions and who act like bonded labour of the army and other forces have been provided with every space to go anywhere,” JKLF chairman alleged.

He said this one sided approach of rulers who call themselves as democrats clearly exposes them before the world and it proves that Indian democracy turns into worst kind of dictatorship as soon as it crosses the Lakhanpur crossing. Yasin said that these undemocratic, unethical, inhuman and uncivilised barricades and barriers clearly show that state of Jammu Kashmir is being governed by army and forces and the “so called puppets who actually work as labour to these forces is just a rubber stamp to provide immunity to these killer forces.”

Yasin stated that Irfan and Tariq were killed in cold blood by the army but now the army and its “puppets” are making a noise that they were not killed by the army but actually fired upon by a renegade working with army”. “What a pity that army to safeguard itself and its personnel is putting the blame on a renegade now. This should also act as an eye opener for those renegades who are betraying their nation and work with army and forces and kill their own Kashmiri brethren. They should realise how army and Indian politicians use them and whenever time comes put them as a scapegoat to save their personnel from the clutches of law,” he observed.

Yasin questioned as to how is it possible for anyone to kill without orders. “It is the crime of Indian army and forces and these killings and atrocities are direct consequence of laws passed by assembly and Indian parliament,” said Malik. He said on one side “our little and innocents are being killed and on other side world, civil society and human rights champions are maintaining their criminal silence over these.” “This clearly shows that today’s world also denounces peaceful struggle and gives a priority to violence only. This criminal attitude and silence of the world and civil societies on innocent killings in Kashmir would prove disastrous and no one would be safe if this criminal behaviour continues,” JKLF chairman said.

Yasin paid rich tributes to the slain youth and expressed solidarity with their bereaved families and hoped that day will come soon when killers and tyrants will have to answer for their crimes against humanity.


News Updated at : Saturday, July 6, 2013
 
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Yasin visits Bandipora victim families
SRINAGAR, July 6: JKLF chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik today visited the families of two youth allegedly killed in army firing at Bandipora district. Yasin was under house arrest from July 1 and was released last night. He left for Markundal and Koundabal villages this morning to offer condolences to the bereaved families. A JKLF chairman said police had tried to cause hurdles in Yasin’s visit but he crossed all hurdles and reached to the affected families. Others who accompanied JKLF chairman
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