SRINAGAR: Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir has expressed deep worry over the “spectacular and indifferent role” of not only the world community but also of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) over the “most crucial situation in this unfortunate part of the globe”.
Jama’at in a statement expressed deep sorrow over the loss of lives at Srigufwara during an encounter in which a civilian Mohammad Yousuf Rather of Nowshehra Khiram besides four militants lost their lives and the wife of Mohammad Yousuf and others got injured.
The organisation asked the international community to exert its influence to get the Kashmir “imbroglio” resolved forever as per the aspirations of the people of the state, which alone can stop this bloodshed and bring stable peace and prosperity to the whole region.
Meanwhile, a high level delegation led by Jama’at spokesperson Advocate Zahid Ali visited the family of Mohammad Yousuf Rather and expressed solidarity with them.
“The people of Kashmir are passing through the worst phase of history and their very existence is at stake,” Jama’at said in the statement.