DFP pays tributes to slain militant, civilian

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By Fast Kashmir on 04/08/2017. 1 Comment

DFP pays tributes to slain militant, civilian


Expresses deep grief over civilian killings

Srinagar, Aug 04: Paying glorious tributes to youth Yawar Ahmad Wani of Kanalwan, Bijbehara and a civilian Ghulam Mohiuddin, who were marytred by occupational forces, the Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) has expressed deep concern over the continuous loss of lives of mujahideen and youth and said there is a need to identify the black-sheep who are damaging the freedom movement.
A party spokesperson in a statement to KNS said, “We are seriously concerned over the continuous martyrdom of our mujahideen and youth and people should take the matter seriously and identify and expose the Mir-e-Jafars and Mir-e-Sadiq like snakes,” he said.
He also expressed deep grief over the civilian killings of a woman and a civilian saying it has become a routine for occupational forces to kill Kashmiris.
“They (forces) have waged a war against the people of Kashmir and are killing our youth on daily basis,” he said and expressed condolence and solidarity with the bereaved families of those martyred.
Meanwhile the spokesperson slammed the authorities for unleashing a reign of terror against the civilian population during encounter saying people are being subjected to vengeance for harbouring the pro-freedom sentiments and their love for mujhaideen.
“India should read writing on the wall that every person in Kashmir is supporting the mission of mujahideen,” he said.
Paying glowing tributes to Shaheed Yawar Ahmad and a civilian, the spokesperson expressed condolence and solidarity with the bereaved families and reiterated that the mission of martyrs will be accomplished at any cost.
Meanwhile, a party delegation led by Er Farooq Ahmad participated in the funeral prayers of Yawar Ahmad. Er Farooq was accompanied by party’s Sajad Ahmad, Ishfaq Ahmad and Adil Wagay. (KNS)


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