SRINAGAR: Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) on Monday said that the onus of violence lies on so-called rulers and their forces that have not only killed more than 25 innocents till now but also injured three hundred plus people by using brute force.
In a statement issued to media, JKLF chief said that every JKLF worker and sympathizer should do whatever he can for the victims of present oppression especially donate blood for the injured in nearby hospitals. Those who vote for pro-India leaders and parties should introspect and refrain from strengthening the hands of these beasts in future, he said.
According to JKLF spokesman Malik in his message from incarceration termed the ongoing spree of killings by Indian forces and police as nude face of new Hitlerism in the garb of so-called Indian democracy and said that Kashmiris need to stand as one nation against this growing oppression. Today we are in a state of mourning as occupational forces have unleashed a reign of terror against us, he said.
Dozens of our young innocents have been martyred and many more are seriously injured ,this is high time when we as a living nation should stand up and reach out to those who need our help and support, said Malik.
While directing all JKLF activists and supporters to engage themselves for the needy people, JKLF chief asked those living near hospitals to donate their blood for the injured and also try to console and help their families.
Terming the recent statements of PDP leaders and police as a glaring case of shameless, JKLF incarcerated chairman said that blaming people for the violence is like giving a free license to kill.
He said that violence is never started by protesters but is always initiated by police and forces. It is the so-called rulers and their police that bans peaceful protests and uses military might to suppress peoples voices and thus the onus of violence does not lie on anyone else but on the shoulders of so-called government and their forces, asserted Malik.
Malik said that PDP-BJP rulers are directly involved in present killings and the day will soon come when according to the law of nature they will have to answer for the criminal acts against people of Kashmir.
He said that it is ironical that same people who are in the government and even holding the portfolios of home ministry are blaming the use of excessive force for killings. Whom are they making fool by these statements, Malik questioned.
Malik said that so-far more than two dozen innocents have been killed on the orders of these rulers and there are dozens who have lost their eye sight or other vital organs and have been turned as disabled for their whole life .
He said that what police has been doing with common people from last many days is worst kind of state terrorism. Even today an injured from south Kashmir was tortured and his ambulance stopped at many places by police virtually putting his life in dire danger, said Malik.
JKLF chief said that time has come when those of us who in name of this and that vote for these criminal politicians to introspect and refrain from supporting these beasts who are actual killers of our young ones and are deployed on justifying the criminal activities of occupational forces. Yasin Malik said that these rulers and their masters in Delhi and Nagpor should know that oppression and suppression cannot deter Kashmiris from perusing the path of freedom from illegal occupation and Kashmiris will never shy away from any sacrifices for the achievement of their desired goal.
Meanwhile on the directions of JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik, a high level delegation of JKLF comprising of vice chairman Showkat Ahmad Bakhshi, Zonal president Noor Muhammad Kalwal, along with Shahid Makaya and Jaan Muhammad visited SMHS hospital and met with the victims of ongoing Indian terrorism.
The leaders saw the destruction caused by the pellet guns which have virtually taken eyesight of dozens and permanently disabled many more. Leaders met with the injured, consoled them and their attendants and assured them every help and support in this hour of need. Leaders spent many hours at the hospital and also talked to concern doctors and authorities in regard with the treatment of many seriously injured people. Leaders while thanking people of nearby localities especially Nawab Bazaar,Jamal Lata ,Nawakadal etc for their humanity and donating blood for the injured said that Kashmiris are facing this phase of Indian brutality united as in past which is highly appreciable. (KNS)
JKLF appeals people to co-operate with local media
They are trying their best to highlight plights of Kashmiris
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Monday appealed people to co-operate with local media and press as they are trying their best to highlight the plight of Kashmris.
In a press statement issued to KNS, JKLF spokesman said that a section of Indian channels and media are not doing justice to Kashmiris and their reporting and news is totally bias but we need to show magnanimity especially in case of local media and papers which have been trying to highlight plight of Kashmiris and doing justice with the news.
He appealed people to let local media do its job and co-operate with them. (KNS)
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