SRINAGAR: JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik has strongly condemned the brutal attack on a university in Charsada Peshawar Pakistan. He has also condemned the unproved firing by trigger happy Indian forces at Pulwama in which one innocent youth Pervaiz Ahmad Guroo has been martyred Wednesday.
In a statement to KNS, while terming the attack on Bacha Khan University at Charsada Peshwar Pakistan as barbaric, Mohammad Yasin Malik said that attacking educational institutions cannot be termed but as inhuman and uncivilized.
He said that before this a school in Peshawar was also attacked in which hundreds of young boys and girls were brutally martytred by killers.
Mohammad Yasin Malik said that the first word of the first Revelation to our beloved prophet Muhammad SAW was Read and those who attack schools, colleges, universities and other institutions related to education are actually acting against Quran and trying to push our next generations towards darkness.
He said that the people who are involved in such criminal acts cannot be termed as human. While strongly condemning the attack, Mohammad Yasin Malik prayed for those who lost their lives in the attack and also prayed for early recovery of those injured in the attack.
Meanwhile JKLF chairman has also strongly condemned the unprovoked firing and killing of yet another young Kashmiri Pervaiz Ahmad Guroo of Naina Batpora Pulwama Wednesday.
While terming the firing on innocent and unarmed protesters as shameful, Mohammad Yasin Malik said that Indian trigger happy forces are killing Kashmiris at will because they have been provided impunity and license to kill by India and its Kashmiri stooges.
He said that today we have received another dead body of our youngster and our hearts bleed for this innocent youth.
While expressing solidarity with the bereaved family of Shaheed Pervaiz Ahmad Guroo, Yasin Malik also prayed for the early recovery of those injured in Indian firing. (KNS)
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