SRINAGAR The Tehreek- e- Hurriyat Chairman Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai on Monday said that the killings in south Kashmirs Kulgam were a brazen display of human genocide and no power or repression can break the resolve of freedom-loving Kashmiris.
In a statement, Sehrai said that it was under a well-planned conspiracy that the forces in the absence of any accountability have decided to go for a full-fledged war against people of Kashmir.
The government forces have failed to suppress the Kashmiris and are now using inhuman and brazen tactics to suppress their resolve. However, the sacrifices rendered by the people wont go waste, he said.
Sehrai said that the people of Kashmir were associated with a great and sacred cause and the repressive measures wont cow-down the resistance leadership into a submission.
The death of the youth have put a huge responsibility on our shoulders and it is our responsibility to honour these sacrifices and take the movement to its logical end.
Sehrai castigated the authorities for placing resistance leadership under frequent house detention and for lodging many others under preventive custody. He also condemned the cordon and search operations in southern districts of Kashmir, harassing and arresting youth as well as the house arrest of Tehreek e hurriyat leader Mohammad Ashraf Laya.
He said, how long will world community maintain silence over the genocide of Kashmiris. The government forces have failed to suppress the Kashmiris and are now using inhuman and brazen tactics to suppress their resolve.
He questioned the silence maintained by the world community and international human rights organizations, saying that why dont they break their silence over the human rights violation in Kashmir.
The sacrifices rendered by the people wont go waste, said Sehrai.
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