Wamiq Farooq’s 7th Death Anniversary Observed

Srinagar : Separatist leaders and family members of class 7 student, Wamiq Farooq, who was killed by a teargas shell during the 2010 summer uprising in Kashmir, Tuesday paid glowing tributes to him on his 7th death anniversary that was held at Eidgah Martyrs Graveyard here.

A large number of people from different walks of life, along with the family members and relatives of Wamiq Farooq assembled in the graveyard and offered congregational prayers for the deceased.

Wamiq’s father, Farooq Ahmad said that for past seven years they are following every procedure of the Judiciary and are pinning on judicial system of the state. “I believe that judiciary will deliver justice in my son’s case. I will continue to fight till death against the accused cops responsible for the murder of my son,” Farooq said.

Pertinently, on December 2, 2015, two cops, Assistant Sub-Inspector Abdul Khaliq and SPO Muhammad Akram, were found guilty of culpable homicide and were send to judicial custody. (CNS)

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