Pandit body urges fair probe


A Pandit body, Kashmir Pandit Sangarsh Samiti (KPSS) Thursday strongly condemned the firing incidents that took place in Hardwara in which four persons got killed including a lady.
“This is really unfortunate that these gruesome incidents are engineered to meet the vicious political agenda. It is seems that few persons in Kashmir Valley want to destabilize the state on the instructions from their masters and for that common masses are used as tool to achieve the goal,” KPSS president Sanjay Tickoo said in a press statement.
 “The loss of lives cannot be compensated by any means, and the loss is irreparable. Armed forces being disciplined and experienced one should show some restraint while dealing with aggressive mob situations. Such kind of reactions will no way help to improve the situation in Valley,” the statement added.
KPSS urged Government of India to issue fresh advisory to the forces under their control and command to maintain restraint while dealing with law and order issues in Valley.
“KPSS also urges State Government to do a time-bound probe through an independent agency involving members jointly from unionist and separatist factions and the same as soon as possible and fix the responsibility so that the guilty is punished,” the statement said.

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