Hurriyat (G) on Friday’s casualties: ‘Dance of death seems to have no end’

Hurriyat (G) on Friday’s casualties: ‘Dance of death seems to have no end’

SRINAGAR: Hurriyat Conference (G) on Saturday condemned the use of excessive forces on protesters on Friday, saying the “dance of death” seems to have no end even after about two months.
In a statement issued here, Hurriyat (G) said, “Killing of Danish Sultan at Palpora, Srinagar, injuring about 300 people, and arresting more than 2000, speaks volumes of the foolproof arrangements made for the visit of Indian delegation coming for assessing the situation as if they are from a different planet where the cries and sorrows of Kashmiris do not reach.”
Condemning the “cold-blooded murder” of Sultan, the conglomerate said that “India has to leave this place sooner or later, because no force on earth can hold a living population hostage just for their lust and ego.”
“Human history stands testimony to it,” it said.
Hurriyat (G) also condemned the police action on journalists and photojournalists at Batmaloo.
The conglomerate said that “police vandalism” was crossing “all limits with each passing day” and the administration has been “just patting them for these anti-people and undemocratic actions”.
The pro-freedom conglomerate said it has taken a “serious note” of the reports as per which an ambulance carrying doctors was stopped at Baghat-e-Kanipora by some youth and the medicos were humiliated.
“During the relaxations some youth try to disrupt and disturb the joint resistance programme, thereby playing into the hands of those who want to fizzle the present uprising out,” it said.
“People especially youth are requested to keep an eye on such violations, as our cunning enemy uses these issues against us,” it added.
Hurriyat (G) also condemned the arrest of its district president Shah Wali Mohammad of Seelu and Dukhtaran-e-Millat chief Asiya Andrabi’s brother.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.