SRINAGAR: Hurriyat Conference (M) on Saturday warned of serious repercussions if Kashmiri students studying outside the state were not given adequate protection.
A spokesman of the conglomerate, in a statement issued here, condemned the attack on Kashmiri students in Jammu Engineering College and Dental College Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
He also condemned the desecration of martyrs’ graveyard at Karimabad, Pulwama. “Such sacrilegious act is done to undermine the sacrifices of martyrs and to provoke the people,” he said.
He extended support to Pulwama people’s peaceful protest demonstration.
Meanwhile, Hurriyat (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has condemned the incident in Aalsidora, Verinag wherein government forces entered the residence of Abdul Gani Naik and assaulted him and his family which led to his death.
Expressing sympathy with Naik’s family, Mirwaiz prayed for eternal peace to the deceased.
As per statement, senior leader of the amalgam Mukhtar Ahmad Waza participated in the deceased’s Nimaz-e-Jinazah and protests organised by the locals against the forces.
Meanwhile Hurriyat Conference (M) has paid tributes to the former president of Jamiat Ahle Hadith J&K, Moulana Showkat Ahmad Shah on his 5th anniversary.
A spokesman of the conglomerate said that late “Shah had been striving for the unity of various groups belonging to different schools of thought and worked for the resistance movement which cannot be forgotten.”
“Since 1990, under a well-planned conspiracy, top religious and political leadership were martyred from time-to-time with the design to eliminate the Kashmiri resistance leadership and make it leaderless,” the spokesman said.
“However, these killings did not dampen the resolve of the leadership which continued to carry forward the resistance movement,” he said.