SRINAGAR: A delegation of Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir (JeI) on Sunday visited SMHS hospital to enquire about the health condition of those injured, especially the pellet victims, during the ongoing protests in Valley.
As per a statement issued here, the delegation which comprised of Ameer-e-Jama’at, Ghulam Muhammad Bhat and secretary general Ghulam Qadir Lone expressed solidarity with the injured and prayed for their speedy recovery.
On the occasion, Ameer-e-Jama’at expressed displeasure over the “brutality” of government forces on innocent, peaceful, and unarmed youth saying India is targeting our youths in a planned manner and damaging their eyes and other vital body parts which should be a grave concern for the human rights bodies.
He directed the Jama’at’s Srinagar management to provide every possible help to the injured and expressed satisfaction over the relief work managed by the organisation.
Meanwhile, another delegation of Jama’at led by its spokesperson Advocate Zahid Ali participated in a congregation organised by several religious and pro-freedom organisations at Kareemabad, Pulwama. “Zahid addressed the congregation and paid tributes to martyrs and expressed sympathy with their families,” the statement said.
He also impressed upon the youth to follow Islam in letter and spirit and remain steadfast on their stand to take the ongoing movement to its logical end.