Srinagar: Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik Monday condemned the killing of a woman at Younso Handwara, terming it as ‘terrorism’.
Paying tributes to martyred lady Misra Begum, Malik who is lodged at central jail Srinagar said that “Indian trigger happy forces have crossed every limit of brutality and oppression in Jammu Kashmir.”
“The impunity and immunity provided to these killers has made them savages and they feel no shame while killing humans especially the innocents,” Malik said as per the statement issued here.
He said whole Kashmir especially the north and south of Kashmir has been turned into a battle field where Indian occupational forces have let loose an ugly reign of terror. “Killing spree and subjecting common people to torture and humiliation has become the order of day,” he said.
He said that pro-India politicians, their political parties and all assembly members are directly responsible for these atrocities and killings as they are the ones who provide legal shield to killer forces of India.
Condemning the assault on a driver and an innocent young man at Ajas Bandipora by Indian army in which both have been beaten to pulp and are admitted in JVC hospital now, Malik said that “occupational forces are behaving like gangsters who have no respect for human life or honor.”
Praying for the heavenly abode of the martyred lady, Malik prayed for the Sabr-I-Jamil of her bereaved family.
Meanwhile, JKLF expressed heartfelt grief and sorrow over the sad demise grandmother of its senior member Mushtaq Ahmad of Koreg Ganderbal.
JKLF district president Ganderbal Bashir Ahmad rather (Boya) participated in the funeral prayers and burial of the deceased lady and expressed condolences to her bereaved family.