Malik condemns spree of arrests, oppression against students

Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman, Mohammad Yasin Malik Saturday condemned the ongoing spree of arrests and other oppressive tactics employed by police and forces throughout the valley.

JKLF spokesman said that police has arrested many innocent youth including Shakil Ahmad Khan, Fayaz Ahmad Yatoo, Shayus Mushtaq Yatoo, Aquib Rashid Sofi, Shabir Ahmad Yatoo, Irfan Ahmad Yatoo and Muhammad Rajab from Hayatpora Chadoora and from last many days these boys and their families are being humiliated and terrorized.

The spokesman quoting Malik said that throughout valley school, college and Madrasa going students are being tortured and ‘terrorized’ by Indian forces and situation has turned very ugly.

“Yesterday men in uniform raided and tortured students of a Madrasa at Shopain and tortured intimidated and threatened students and teachers and even today same was done at polytechnic college Gogji-bagh, which is highly condemnable,” the spokesman said.

The JKLF leader also expressed his heartfelt grief and sorrow over the demise of Sarwa Begum who was aunt of JKLF leader Siraj-u-din Mir.

Malik expressed his condolences to the bereaved family of Ghulam Nabi Sheikh of Watergam Rafiabad who was the mother of a JKLF activist Mushtaq Ahmad sheikh.

JKLF chairman while expressing his heartfelt grief said that the both deceased and their families sacrificed a lot during freedom struggle and today when they are no more today we pray for their heavenly abode.

Malik also prayed for the patience of their bereaved families. JKLF zonal president Noor Muhammad Kalwal, leader Zahoor Ahmad Butt along with Syed Nisar Jeelani, Farooq Dar and Khizar Muhammad visited the bereaved family of deceased Sarwa Begum and expressed solidarity with them.

Another JKLF delegation comprising of JKLF zonal secretary Farooq Ahmad Dar and Abdul Rashid Mir visited the bereaved family of deceased Ghulam Nabi Sheikh and expressed solidarity with them.


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