‘It’s collective duty of one and all to unmask such elements’
Srinagar, Sep 28: South Kashmir Civil Society (SKCS) Thursday expressed serious concern over the continuous and unfortunate braid- chopping incidents in Kashmir and failure of police administration to identify the culprits involved in such horrendous acts.
In a statement issued to KNS, SKCS said the fear psychosis has been created among the total population in general and women folk in particular, essentially, who are in parity with men and women too have contributed to socio-religious and political developments of the State.
“Targeting and terrorising specific gender by the unscrupulous elements cannot deter our brave daughters; they will continue to play their role. It is the collective duty of one and all to expose and unmask the elements behind the heinous crimes of braid- chopping,” SKCS said.
The SKCS reiterated that government must constitute a time-bound judicial committee to ask the police to identify the culprits at the earliest.
SKCS maintains that if anti-social crimes like these cannot be checked by the State it can be assumed that they are non-serious about the safety and the welfare of the common masses. (KNS)