Inqilabi condemns Lolab killings

SRINAGAR: Chief Patron of Jammu Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi (MeA) Muhammad Azam Inqilabi Sunday condemned killing of seven alleged militants in Lolab forests by forces last week.
In a statement, Inqilabi said, “Indian imperialists martyred six lakh Kashmiris since 1947.”
“No Kashmiri is safe in the presence of sword of Indian imperialism which enjoys impunity under the draconian laws like AFSPA and DAA,” he said.
MeA patron said that India wanted to stifle dissent by using iron fist.
“Resistance leaders are kept in jails or under house arrest. Peaceful protests are disallowed and muzzled,” he said, adding “In this situation, resistance literature plays important role in keeping the flame of struggle alive.”
While appealing “resistance leaders to write about different aspects of freedom struggle and preserve it in the shape of books,” Inqilabi said “Shabir Shah, Yasin Malik, Syed Ali Geelani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq are playing historic role on political resistance front.”