Killing and torture is practical demonstration of home minister’s Kashmir plan, says JKLF

Killing and torture is practical demonstration of home minister’s Kashmir plan, says JKLF

Srinagar: The JKLF has termed the killing of a youngster at Batmaloo, beating of youngsters across the valley and torture of students irrespective of their gender at Pulwama College as ‘practical demonstration’ of Indian home minister’s plan of changing Kashmir.
In a statement, JKLF chairman Yasin Malik counseled Indian rulers to recollect the inerasable truth of history that killings, oppression and tortures have and can never force any nation into submission. He said the international community should take a serious note of growing Indian aggression against common people of Kashmir.
Malik said the ‘growing state sponsored terrorism’ of which various video evidences are viral on social media are actually a manifestation of the growing frustration of so-called rulers and their forces who want to expunge their embarrassment of defeat in recent election drama by killing, beating, torturing, humiliating and oppressing innocent, unarmed boys, girls and other people.
Terming the killing of a youngster Sajjad Hussain as ‘cold blooded murder’, JKLF chairman said that BSF terrorists came, fired without any provocation and killed this youngster in cold blood with impunity.
He said that prior to this murder in Srinagar, police, SOG, Indian army and other forces were busy at Pulwama in beating, torturing, shelling and oppressing students irrespective of their gender.
He said these acts are actually practical demonstration of Indian home minister’s plan of changing Kashmir and Indian army chief Bipin Rawat’s plan to crush Kashmiris by bullets.  Malik said Kashmir is burning and Kashmiris are being killed, tortured, humiliated and suppressed by the so-called biggest democracy and no one seems to bother. International should take a serious note of this growing Indian aggression against common masses of Kashmir and fulfill its moral and human obligation because failing to do so will only promote distrust among Kashmiris on international community and hence glorify the use of violence and aggression.

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