Srinagar, May 29: Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Geelani on Tuesday expressed his deep concern over vandalizing of residential houses in Sugan village of south Kashmir’s Shopian district.
In a statement issued to GNS, Geelani blamed forces and the PDP-led coalition for waging war on people, saying their rhetoric about peace and ceasefire stay deflated.
Terming the role of PDP as “filthy, deceitful and sorrowful”, Geelani said, “These people have let loose of terror in nook and corner of state. Their forces are suffering from frustration and can go to any extent.”
Hurriyat (G) chairman also condemned the forces for their “arrogant and immoral attitude”. “It is highly deplorable that even family members of Zeenat-ul-Islam were thrashed and their property ransacked. Chopping and damaging fruit trees testify our stand that the men in uniform are rogues and arrogant,” he said.
“The forces barged into the houses, chopped off the orchards, looted valuables,” Geelani said adding that the recent announcement about ceasefire is a mere hoax and aimed at to hoodwink the opinion of the international community.
“Recent forces’ action against civilians testifies our claim that despite tall claims about the ceasefire, people are reeling under the martial law like situations,” he said. (GNS)