SKUAST teachers, scientists express concern over civilian killings

Srinagar: The Scientists & Teachers Association of SKUAST-K has expressed concern over the continuous killings of civilians across the valley.
In a statement issued here, the association said that it is a matter of concern that the prime minister of India did not express a single word of sympathy with families who lost their dear ones and has not showed solidarity with injured persons who lost their eyesight.
“PM should complement the people of Kashmir rather than State Govt. for uninterrupted Amarnath yatra because of their inherent kashmiryat and Insaniyat,” the statement said.
It said that the current mass uprising is not a law and order or economic problem but the reflection of unresolved Kashmir issue needing a permanent and everlasting political solution as per the wishes and aspirations of the people of state.
The members of the association urged various employee associations particularly EJAC to impress upon State government and New Delhi to bring all stakeholders on table for restoring normalcy in the valley.
“Afterwards a comprehensive dialogue can be started for an effective and peaceful permanent resolution of Kashmir issue,” it said.
Hitting out at GoI, the statement said, “It is unfortunate and disappointing that a misleading report on Kashmir has been submitted by New Delhi to the Supreme Court that situation was improving and is under control ignoring the fact that whole Kashmir is still under curfew and siege.”

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