Srinagar: Terming the act of terror at Manchester UK as horrific and highly condemnable, Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik Tuesday said that killing innocent human beings is barbarism and no human or human religion can tolerate such savagery.
In a statement, Malik said, Our hearts go out to those families who have lost their dear ones in this terror attack and while praying for those who lost their lives in this inhuman attack, we express our heartfelt condolences to their bereaved families.
Malik also prayed for the speedy recovery of those injured in the attack.
Terming the commemoration of army officer who used a Kashmiri as human shield recently as act of naked fascism; JKLF chairman said that no one should feel surprised over such impunity as fascists and fascism only act this way.
He said that it is the belief of fascists and fascism that they can only rule masses through hatred, terror and intimidations.
This is why we find Indian army, forces and police killing Kashmiris with impunity, maiming and blinding people shamelessly and oppressing humans openly, Malik added.
JKLF chairman said that according to the known belief and ideology of fascism ruling through terror is the only way and therefore we are not surprised over the commemoration of Indian army officer who used a Kashmiri as human shield.
He said that much before this commemoration, the politicians adhering to the mindset of fascism has termed this act as self defense and had said that everything is fair in love and war, which speaks volumes about their fascist mindset.
JKLF chief said that honouring an officer who committed a crime that is considered as most disgraceful and cognizable in civilized world has once again proved the fact that Jammu Kashmir is a police state that is run according to whims and wishes of army, police and forces.
Meanwhile, JKLF chairman has expressed his heartfelt grief and sorrow over the sad demise of veteran resistance leader Doctor Abdul Aala who breathed his last yesterday in Muzafarabad Azad Kashmir.
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