Srinagar, Nov 11; APHC spokesman on Saturday strongly condemned the arrest spree unleashed by state administration and said that police and forces with their approach has created havoc in nook and corner of state and created a sense of insecurity among innocent youth and added that police during nocturnal raids are arresting people on fabricated allegations.
Spokesman while condemning night raids, said that during raids dozens of innocent youth were arrested from Danger Pora Pulwama locality.
In chilling cold people were dragged from their houses in Kupwara, Shopian, Magam, Islamabad, Budgam, Bandipora, Baramulla, Sopor and Hajin, frisked and paraded in open, blamed spokesman, saying at many places forces showered pellets on peaceful protestors.
No power on earth or such coercive measures can dampen their passions or deter people from following their cherished mission, said spokesman.
Blaming Indian authorities for their deceit, spokesman added that India in a bid to mislead internationally community, is calming and parroting about so-called negotiations in Jammu and Kashmir and contrary to its claims, is carrying its oppressive and suppressive measures against people.
They are desperate to hoodwink international opinion, alleged spokesman, ridiculing authorities for their false claims that situations are improving, while as forces and its other armed militia are being provided with deadly and sophisticated weapons to combat innocent and unarmed civilians in state, added spokesman.
Huriyat without any ambiguity has made it clear that since past 71 years, India despite all its military might against innocent people in state could not break their resolve and added that for the next hundred years even if it stays here, can never deter people from their cherished goal, nor can supress, freedom sentiments, added spokesman.
Sincerity and human approach is fundamental if they want to solve the issue and added authority should behave like humans and create conducive atmosphere in South Asian region, as prevailing anarchy in region is the outcome of rigidity and haughty approach of Indian authorities, said spokesman.