National Conference stages protest against Kashmir killings

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By Fast Kashmir on 07/05/2018.

National Conference stages protest against Kashmir killings


Srinagar, May 7: Opposition National Conference Monday staged a protest against unabated civilian killings.

National Conference leaders and workers headed by party General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar carried out a march from party headquarters Nawa-e-Subah to Radio Kashmir road.

The protesting workers and leaders including former Speaker Mubarak Gul, Chowdary Muhammad Ramzan and Muhammad Akbar Lone raised massive slogans against Jammu Kashmir Police. “Police ki gundagardi, nahi chaley gi, nahi chaley gi”, Zulum karna bandh kar, Qatel-e-Aam bandh karo, Thod Phod bandh karo were some of the slogans they raised during their march.

While talking to reporters, Ali Muhammad Sagar said that unabated killings in Kashmir Valley show how Mehbooba Mufti Government has failed in the State. He said Government has unleashed a reign of terror across Valley particularly in Southern parts.

“Government Forces have crossed all the limits and are butchering people without any accountability. There is oppression, suppression and repression. Innocent civilians are being killed day in and day out while killers are being encouraged,” Sagar said.

He said the blood-shed will have serious repercussions. “Government of India should initiate a dialogue process to resolve Kashmir issue. The Jammu and Kashmir and Central Government will get nothing from killing people in Kashmir. These killings will alienate more youth and encourage them to join militancy,” he said. (CNS)