Srinagar - Democratic Freedom Party Chairman Shabir Ahmad Shah has accused the Indian forces of turning the paradise on earth (Kashmir) into a graveyard. Everywhere we have to see the graves, in forests, in residential areas, graveyards are full who have fallen to the bullets of the Indian forces, Shah said this while paying glowing tributes to the dozens of the martyrs of Bijbehara area in South Kashmirs Islamabad district.
On October 1993 dozens of people were killed indiscriminately by the armed forces while they were protesting against desecration of the holy shrine by the armed forces. Kashmir is a tale of the sufferings of the people who have suffered during the last 65 years of their freedom
struggle. Kashmir is a tale of the killings of the innocent people, innocent being lodged in jails, and other brutal tactics done to the hapless and helpless people of the valley. The people of Bijbehara were protesting against the destruction of the shrine by the armed forces. They were protesting against the injustices being meted out to them, he said. Kashmir is a place where the unarmed and innocent people are being killed indiscriminately with no fault of theirs.
The Indian forces have played blood bath in the valley and there is not a single place where these forces have not done killed the innocent people.
Shah also asked the Hurriyat conference to address the sufferings of the people who have been victims of the brutality of the armed forces. The Hurriyat leaders should take care of the people who have been victims of the forces terrorism. It is the responsibility of the Huriyat leadership that they should ensure that the victims do not suffer, he said.
He also said that the he along with his followers will reach go to the Bijbehara on 22 October on Friday where they will offer congregational prayers and pray for the martyrs.
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