Srinagar:Â Vice chairman Salvation Movement, Altaf Ahmad BhatÂ Â on FridayÂ while criticising governments move to re-open cases against youth, said that it is all against ethics .Police and administration under well-planed policy Â iscompelling these youth toÂ reactÂ with all-out approach .It is out rightly a revenge policy and local administration on behest of rulers in Delhi are slandering the future of these youth .Strongly condemning the state administration for their double speak, Altaf Ahmad declared the present situation as most gruesome and pathetic as state administration has surpassed all limits. He said that during their election campaign they were rhetoric about their so called “‘battle of ideas and bullets not but talksâ€™â€™ and pleaded for reconciliation and peace but now they have turned the valley virtually into a hell.
He expressed his deep grief and anguish over repeated crack down of Baramulla town and said that police and Indian forces are making the life of civilians problematic and are subjected to harassment and uncivilised behaviour during crack down and search operations.
Meanwhile party leaders and activists addressedÂ FridayÂ congregation at different places in state. The prominent among these are Molvi Mohammad Rafiq. Mushtaq Ahmad, Zulfikar Kashmiri ,Molvi Ab Rashid, Ab Razaq, Mohd Subhan, Imtiyaz Ahmad, Ab Rashid, Gh Hassan and Nasir Ahmad, Javeed Ahmad addressed in Shopian, Nowgam, Kupwara ,Kalashpora,pulwama, Ganderbal, Magam, Qazi Gund, Kulgam and Khan Sahib Budgam, Sopore.