JKLF condemns deplorable acts of desecrating Quran
Srinagar, Oct 26 (KNS): Chairman JKLF Muhammad Yasin Malik was admitted in Soura medical institute today, spokesman of the front said in a statement.
He said Malik was not passing urine from last 24 hours and was taken to Soura medical institute early today. Doctors immediately took him to Operation Theater and removed blood clots from his Urinary tract. It is worth to mention that Yasin is facing lots of problems due to stones in his both kidneys and he has undergone many operations in this regard. As he is a heart patient and has to take blood thinner medicines, it is difficult for him to go for operations every now and then. JKLF has appealed to all Kashmiris to pray for the early recovery of Yasin sahib.
Meanwhile, JKLF has strongly condemned the growing incidents of desecration of Quran in valley and Doda and has said that on one side provocative rallies openly showing weapons are being taken out in Jammu and Doda by Hindu fanatics and on the other hand the condemnable acts of desecrating Quran-i- Kareem are growing day by day. JKLF while condemning the act of desecrating Holy Quran at Ilahi bagh Soura said that people protested against this deplorable act and demanded for punishment to the people involved in the act but instead of making efforts to arrest the criminals. Police at the behest of so-called rulers unleashed a reign of terror against protesters and have arrested many including Rameez Ahmad Butt, Aijaz Ahmad Wani, Imtiyaz Ahmad Shah, Rashid Yousuf Ganai,Raja Rashid,Habibullah Dar and Kamran Ahmad Dar of Ilahi Bagh. A JKLF delegation comprising of Mir Siraj Ud Din, Muhammad Sideeq shah and Imtiyaz Ahmad visited Ilahi Bagh and expressed solidarity with the people there and condemned the police atrocities. (KNS)
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