Yasin Malik pays tributes to Khanabal youth on their 8th death anniversary

Condemns attack on Kashmiri businessmen in Manali

Srinagar, Publish Date: Sep 20 2018 1:14AM | Updated Date: Sep 20 2018 2:44AM
Yasin Malik pays tributes to Khanabal youth on their 8th death  anniversaryFile Photo

Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik today paid tributes to civilians Bilal Ahmad Najar, Noorul Amin Dugga and Maroof Ahmad Nath, all residents of Khanabal, who were killed  by police on September 18, 2010. 

“The two young innocent boys were killed in the police firing outside Ahlihadis-Masjid, Khanabal in Islamabad (Anantnag) on the morning of 18th September, 2010, while they were joining funeral (Janazah) peacefully of another victim Maroof Ahmad Nath of the same locality and who had drowned to death earlier,” Yasin Malik said in a statement.

He said, “These young boys became victims of Delhi’s aggression and till date their killers in uniform are roaming free. Parents and other relatives these young boys are fighting a legal battle against killers including one DySP. Though court has ordered the persecution and even arrest of the killers, till date no one has been arrested in this case. Hundreds of innocents have been killed in 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2016 and till date this spree of killings is going on and killers enjoying immunity from persecution are at large and instead of being penalized are being promoted.”

Condemning the attacks by some goons on Kashmiri businessmen in Manali, Hiamchal Pradesh, Yasin Malik said, “Kashmiri businessmen are facing RSS supported goons and police apathy in Manali where their business related goods have been vandalized and they have been warned to leave Manali immediately or face death and destruction.”

Meanwhile, a delegation of JKLF led by vice chairman advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt visited Anchidora, Islamabad (Anantnag) and met the bereaved family of Rouf Ahmad Ganie who was brutally killed by forces at Kulgam. JKLF leader expressed solidarity with the bereaved family.

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