Srinagar:- The "Group of Concerned Citizens" a non-political Civil Society Group comprising academicians , businessmen , Advocates , Scientists , former judges , civil servants etc. has expressed deep anguish and shock over the recent spate of killings in Kashmir.
While empathising with victim families and offering them condolences, the Group has sought a time- bound judicial probe into these dastardly killings, they said in a statement.
They also have urged the government to "unmask" the unknown murderers and bring them to justice at the earliest . The Group has expressed solidarity with the victim families and assured them full moral support.
Further , the Group has vehemently condemned the forces attempting to create a wedge between different communities living peacefully in the Valley .
"The nefarious designs of certain vested interest groups to create panic through circulation of false and fabricated stories over social media thereby instigating the members of minority communities to migrate, we condemn it," the statement reads.
They have also condemned the mischievous videos gone viral on social media about imaginary migration of people" , the GCC statement reads.
"We assured full support to efforts made at any level for creating and nurturing an atmosphere of amity between different communities living in the Valley," the statement further adds.
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