Lynching of DSP unfortunate: Mirwaiz

The Hurriyat (M) Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Saturday said that the incident of the lynching of Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Mohamamd Ayub Pandith, was “ unfortunate.’’

“The incident that happened in Nowhatta outside the historic Jamia masjid which has always been a centre of spiritual and moral upliftment, is most unfortunate. I am deeply disturbed by this brutal act,’’ he said in a statement.

Hurriyat leader said that the mob violence and ‘public lynching is outside the parameters of our values and religion.” Mirwaiz said that the violence that the state has wreaked “on us is largely responsible for this kind of brutalization, as the police is being used against the people in the most brutal ways which leads to brutal reactions.’’

 “It is very important and imperative for us that we do not allow our social fabric to be brutalised and keep our basic values intact. We cannot allow state brutality to which we are subject to each day as we see the bullet ridden and charred dead bodies of our children and youth, snatch our humanity and values. What will be the difference between them and us then? Such incidents are detrimental for our movement and our just freedom struggle,’’ he said.

Mirwaiz reiterated the necessity for resolution of Kashmir problem. “We keep asking the Indian state to address the Kashmir dispute and initiate steps to resolve it rather so that bloodshed of Kashmiris and those killed at LOC is stopped but to no avail. If GOI really wants an end to tragedies in Kashmir let it initiate steps to address the dispute and it will find resistance leadership and people most forthwith in joining that endeavour,’’ he said. The Hurriyat leader said that “as usual most Indian propaganda media mill has found grist in this sad death to further its propaganda against the resistance leadership and the movement. They are even reporting falsely that when the incident happened I was present in the mosque. I reached the mosque at 12:15 am while the incident had happened before that.’’




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