Deputations of Jammu & Kashmir Salvation Movement (JKSM) on Sunday visited the families of militants and injured persons admitted in the Srinagar hospitals.
The representatives of the movement Imtiyaz Ahmed, Farooq Ahmed, Zubair Ahmed and Ishaq Khan visited families of martyr Tahira Begum and Shadab Ahmed and expressed solidarity with them. They also condemned the killing of both civilians by Indian forces.
Another delegation of representatives include Mehraj U din, Molvi Mushtaq, Aijaz Ahmed visited SMHS, and B&J hospital here to inquire about the health of bullet and pellet injured person Adil Ahmad Teeli ,Tariq Ahmed, Jasif Ahmed, Zubair Ahmed, Adil Hassan and prayed for their speedy recovery and expressed their sympathies with them.
They also visited the GB Pant hospital, Sonwar, to inquire about the health of 3 years old baby of its chairman Zaffar Akber Bhat.
“The baby is admitted there for the last 4 days and his father has not been released so far to look after his daughter,” said a spokesman
The spokesman appealed to all section of the people of Kashmir to remain vigilant and raise their voice against any kind of GST Bills.
“But at the same time don’t divert the core issue of Kashmir by these strikes. First is Kashmir dispute and then issues of Kashmir, so be aware of Indian anti Kashmir movement tactics and plans,” he added.