Need to safeguard sacrifices: Hurriyat

Need to safeguard sacrifices: Hurriyat
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Srinagar: Paying tributes to 16-year-old student Mohamad Yunis and the three militants killed in Tral gunfight, Hurriyat Conference Thursday said that everybody needs to share responsibilities and safeguard sacrifices.
A statement issued here said that “our brave hearts” are “resenting forced occupation and sacrificing their precious lives to safeguard our future”.
Huriyat expressed sympathy with the grieving families.
Lashing at authorities in UNO, Hurriyat said that Kashmir issue is on UN agenda since long but instead of taking any step for its resolution, the international leadership is maintaining silence.
Hurriyat said that peace and tranquility in sub-continent was at stake and resolution of Kashmir issue was “inevitable” as “uncertainty and instability” is looming over the whole region.
Hurriyat expressed its deep concern over the indiscriminate use of force during CASO and said that innocent and unarmed youth are prime target for brutal forces.
Huriyat strongly condemned the use of “disproportionate and unjustified force” against peaceful people in valley particularly in south and said that virtually the state affairs are run by forces and rule of any law is virtually nowhere and non-existent.
Huriyat said that Kashmir issue is neither a border issue between India and Pakistan nor a sectarian conflict between communities.
“Kashmir issue relates to 15 million people and its resolution are recognized and guaranteed by UNO and international community is signatories to these resulutions.”
Meanwhile on the directions of Syed Ali Geelani, Tehreek-e-Huriyat deputation led by Bashir Ahmad Qureshi visited grieved families in Nodal Tral, Batgund, Saimo and Frisal Pulwama and on his behalf extended condolences to grieved families.
The statement said that Bashir Ahmad Qureshi led funeral prayers of slain youth Zahid Ahmad in Nodal Tral.
Meanwhile Syed Ali Geelani expressed his deep grief over the demise of grandmother of Arif Shafi Wani (journalist) and prayed for her heavenly aboard and persistence and forbiddance for grieved family.

 

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