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JKLF protests on JRL’s call

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Srinagar , 19 Oct 2018

Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has said that the ‘ongoing oppression’ in entire valley is nothing but ‘state sponsored terrorism’.“Killing innocents, damaging and destroying entire localities, beating and humiliating common people, arresting political activists and slapping them with PSA and other acts of suppression like these are glaring examples of colonial mindset,” JKLF spokesman said in a statement issued to (KNO).On JRL program, JKLF leaders and activists along with people from many walks of life gathered at Madina chowk (Lal chowk) and staged a peaceful protest against ‘ongoing killing spree, arrests, vandalizing of villages and localities, beating and humiliating men, women and children by forces’.JKLF leaders Sheikh Abdul Rashid, Muhammad Sideeq Shah, Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri, professor Javed, Ghulam Muhammad Dar, Sheikh Aslam and others. Senior Hurriyat Leader Mukhtar Ahmad Sofi also participated in the protest sit-in. holding placards in hands and raising enthusiastic slogans in favor of freedom and martyrs, protesters, marched towards Lal Chowk and staged a sit-in near Budshah Chowk. This protest sit-in was addressed by various JKLF leaders.While condemning the prolonged incarceration of its chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik, Zonal president Noor Muhammad Kalwal and others who along with Javed Ahmad Mir are languishing at Kothi-bagh Police station and ongoing house detention of veteran ailing leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Mirwaiz Doctor Muhammad Umar Farooq, JKLF leaders said that “despite this one sided violence by rulers, people of Kashmir boycotted the election drama with one voice.”“Claims of being a democracy and caging down political leaders and activists and thus suppressing their voices can only be termed as hypocritical and travesty of democratic norms,” he said.

Malik who was taken in custody on 2nd October 2018 along with zonal president Noor Muhammad Kalwal is still languishing at Kothibagh police station while as JKLF leaders Siarj Ud din Mir, Zahoor Ahmad Butt, Abdul Rashid Magloo, Assadullah Sheikh, Ghulam Nabi Kashmiri etc are languishing in jails of Jammu under PSA and Sheikh Nazir Ahmad is serving a life sentence at Kot-balwal jail Jammu.Leaders said that “spilling the blood of Kashmiris has been expedited by Indian forces so is the spree of arrests in entire valley.”“Moreover, besieging villages and localities, beating inhabitants without the discrimination of gender and age, destroying their properties and kitchen appliances and electronic gadgets like Television sets ,refrigerators ,washing machines, coolers, computers and vehicles,” they said.They said that destroying fruit orchards and crops of common people has become a new normal during present ruling regime.Leaders said that dozens of villages in Kulgam, villages like Trisal, Newa and other villages in Pulwama have in recent days witnessed this ‘Indian colonial terrorism’ during which all hell broke loose on common citizens at the hands of Indian forces, SOG, police and army.They said that thousands of young and old have been arrested and booked under PSA and this spree of arrests too has been expedited by present ruling regime.“Recently an old and ailing leader Nisar Hussain Rather was arrested and slapped with PSA and shifted to Jammu which is a glaring example of ongoing suppression in Kashmir,” the statement said.JKLF leaders said that “on one hand all this anti-people activities have been expedited and on the other hand rulers are trying to hoodwink international opinion by camouflaged statements and gestures.”JKLF leaders said that “endeavoring killings, jails, torture, torment and other colonial aggressions is nothing new for Kashmiris and rulers , their forces and administration should bear in mind that their oppressive acts are bound to fail in suppressing the voices of Kashmiris who are striving for a just and sacred cause.” (KNO)

 

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