JKLF condemns cold blooded murder of Kashmiri youth



Rawalpindi:   (Parliament Times)   In a statement issued from central information office the chief spokesman of JKLF Muhammad Rafiq Dar has very strongly condemned the cold blooded murder of a 25 year old Mehraj-ud-Din Peer who along with his uncle Ghulam Hassan, a police sub-inspector, were fired upon by CRPF. According to the eye witnesses and the injured police sub-inspector, the duo while traveling to Srinagar on Srinagar-Gulmarg road were stopped, checked and later at a very close range fired upon by CRPF stationed at a Naka near Kawoosa crossing. In order to save the trigger happy CRPF culprits, they concocted a cover story based on lies. The Makhama Beerwa, Budgam youth Mehraj-ud-Din succumbed to his bullet injuries on chest while as his uncle Ghulam Hassan, a police officer, survived. The JKLF spokesman while condemning the use of force by Indian forces on protesting people over the incident, has once again appealed the international community to break their criminal silence and make India accountable for grave human rights situation in Indian occupied JK. The spokesman hailed the valiant people of Jammu Kashmir for not compromising their just slogan of freedom even amid the brutal use of force by India. He said that it is obvious that due to the un-matching sacrifices rendered by Kashmiri people for the last three decades, the Indian pride of power shall sooner or later fall to the ground. He appealed people to remain steadfast at this point in time.