Front leaders visit families of slain militants
Srinagar: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Friday said that Kashmiri youth were being pushed to wall and then “killed brutally” while no one from international community raises voice against this “massacre”.
JKLF leaders visited the families of three militants killed in recent encounter in Redbugh Budgam
A statement issued by JKLF said that the leaders described choking space on peaceful political activities and putting leaders and common people in jails as the “ugliest dictatorship under the garb of so-called democracy”.
“Martyrs are our real heroes and our nation is indebted to these great souls who are sacrificing their lives for our better and secure future,” the JKLF leader said at the condolence meetings, adding that that police and forces were torturing, humiliating and “pushing our young boys to the wall and then killing these budding flowers with impunity”.
The statement added that India and “its stooges” have choked every little space on peaceful struggle, and jails and police stations were filled with leaders and common Kashmiris.
“All this tyranny and oppression cannot be termed but as anti democratic and worst kind of dictatorship, added the speakers,” it said.
At Narbal, JKLF leader Siraj-ud-din Mir addressed the condolence meeting for Tafazul Islam and also led a protest march later.