Hundreds participate in funerals of JAKLI army men and Police cop in Kupwara

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By Fast Kashmir on 22/03/2018.

 

India and Pakistan to start talks on Kashmir for resolution of the issue : Martyred Families


WASIM MAJNOON MIR


Kupwara, Mar 22: Hundreds of people participated in the two different funeral of one army men and one police cop of this frontier district Kupwara who were killed in an Encounter at Halmatpora area of Kupwara on Yesterday.

The body of JAKLI Mohd Ashraf Rather, a resident of Reshigund Kralpora area of Kupwara here reached Zangli helipad today and was taken to his native village. Hundreds of people had gathered at the village to participate in funeral procession of slain army man.

According to our Correspondent Wasim Majnoon Mir, Mohd Ashraf is survived by his pregnant wife, Father and his Three year old Daughter. “He (Mohd Ashraf) was the sole bread earner for his family. At the end of the day it is a Kashmiri who is getting killed,” said one of his relative, demanding an end to ongoing killings in Kashmir.

Begrade of army and other top army officer, in a cavalcade, brought Mohd Ashraf’s body to his home in Reshigund village and later participated in wreath lying ceremony which was held with full military honour.

Similarly hundreds of people participated in last rites of SPO Muhammad Yousuf Bajaad of Kachama Harri area of Kupwara amid emotional scenes.

Pic by, Wasim Majnoon Mir/FK

 

According to our correspondent Wasim Majnoon Mir, Mohd Yousuf is survived by two little daughters, three sons and elderly mother. Hundreds of people had gathered at the village to participate in funeral procession of slain Policeman held at Kachama Harri Kupwara but unfortunately none of top police officials was attend to his funeral.

“Member of Parliment Mir Fayaz Visit the Martyred families and condolences to the bereaved family members in their hour of grief ”

Family members and villagers of the slain army and policemen demanded end to “bloodshed” and urged India and Pakistan to start talks on Kashmir for resolution of the issue. “We appeal to India and Pakistan to stop the hostility,” they said.

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