Srinagar: On the directions of incarcerated chairman JKLF Mohammad Yasin Malik a delegation of Front led by vice chairman Showkat Ahmad Bakhshi visited Nowgam today.
A spokesman of the Front said the delegation comprised of zonal president Noor Mohammad Kalwal and Mohammad Hussein the delegation visited the residences of Faisal Ahmad Bhat and Mehraj ud din Dar and expressed solidarity with their bereaved families.
On the occasion while paying rich tributes to these youth Bakhshi said that the trigger happy army and forces have actually committed these kind of crimes in past also with utmost impunity because they know that they will never be penalized for their crimes as Indian state, its Kashmiri stooges, assemblies and institutions are there to provide them legal cover and safeguard.
This is not the first time when such criminal acts have been done by the forces. In fact this has been happening right from 1947 when India illegally occupied Jammu Kashmir. On 6th November 1947 Indian forces hand in glow with Hindu extremists killed lakhs of Jammu Muslims brutally, he alleged. Today we are remembering those martyrs who were killed only for asking Azadi. The modus operandi of India, its forces and stooges has not changed and India to keep its occupation of Jammu Kashmir intact has given its killer forces every impunity and immunity and a free license to kill.
Today we mourn the departure of our innocents and on the other hand we are even forcefully stopped from shedding some tears for our killed ones. Curfew and restrictions have become the order of the day, he said and added that the laws passed by Indian parliament and state assembly like AFSPA etc are actually tools that are used by killer forces to kill Kashmiri innocents.
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