Srinagar: Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief Muhammad Yasin Malik on Thursday visited the SMHS hospital here to enquire into the condition of students injured in a mysterious blast at a school in Kakapora Pulwama.
“Mirwaiz met the injured students and enquired about the treatment being provided to them and prayed to Almighty for their speedy inquiry,” the statement said.
Hurriyat (M) chairman also condemned the thrashing and brutal assault on Kashmiri students studying in a University at Chattisgrah, stating that “Kashmiri students studying in various colleges and varsities across India are constantly being targeted and beaten by hate mongers which is highly condemnable”.
Mirwaiz said that not only students but Kashmiri businessmen and traders stationed in various places in India are also targeted and harassed “forcing many to flee”.
He further said that no action is ever taken against these “anti-Kashmir elements”.
JKLF chief Yasin Malik while condemning the Pulwama school incident, in a statement said: “Kashmiris are not safe even in their classrooms, schools and colleges. Recent mysterious blast that injured dozens of students at Pulwama is in fact a testimony to this very fact.”
“Malik along with a party delegation visited SMHS hospital and met with the injured students,” the statement said.
Expressing solidarity with these victims, JKLF chairman said that “our lives are unsafe everywhere, and on daily basis we are being forced to shoulder the coffins of our dear ones and carry the injured to hospitals”.
Malik prayed for the speedy recovery of wounded students.
The statement further said that JKLF chairman along with party a delegation also visited the residence of Mufti Bashir-ud-din and expressed solidarity with his bereaved family.
Malik on the occasion said that “we are hopeful that new Mufti-I-Azam will do justice to his office and remain steadfast while performing his duties”.