Er. Rasheed visited SMHS hospital to see 12 year old Ruhee beaten to pulp by police cops

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By FK WEB DESK on 21/07/2018.

Er. Rasheed visited SMHS hospital to see 12 year old Ruhee beaten to pulp by police cops

Attends condolence meet at Beerwah on first anniversary of  Tanvir Ahmad Wani


Srinagar, 21 July: AIP President Er.Rasheed today visited SMHS
Hospital Srinagar to know about the well being of twelve year old
Ruhee Jan daughter of Nazir Ahmad Khan Resident of Awoora Kupwara, who
was beaten to pulp by police cops after entering her house. Coming
down heavily on J&K Police for spreading reign of terror in Awoora and
adjoining areas, Er. Rasheed has asked state police chief to take
stern action against those ruthless cops who ransacked many houses in
Awoora Kupwara and created havoc resulting in critical injuries to
twelve year old Ruhee Jan daughter of Nazir Ahmad Khan. Er. Rasheed
said, “While entire population of Awoora and adjoining villages was in
deep shock after brutal murder of 10 year old Omar Farooq, cops
entered the houses of protesting villagers in Awoora and crossed all
limits. There can be no justification for beating and thrashing twelve
year old Ruhee to the extent that she had to be shifted first to
Kupwara and then to SMHS Hospital. The incident is an act of shame and
disgrace for state police and the top cops should know that their
goons didn’t spared even a pregnant lady at Awoora inside her house
and thrashed her”. Er.Rasheed also visited Beerwah on eve of first
anniversary of Tanveer Ahmad Wani who was killed with brutality by the
Army last year on the same day. Er.Rasheed along with dozens of his
colleagues offered fateh at the martry’s graveyard and addressed a
condolence meet at Tanvir’s residence, which was attended by a large
number of people. Talking to media persons on the occasion Er.Rasheed
said, “Despite state police confessing that Tanvir’s killing was
avoidable and unwanted it is shameful that no action has been taken
against the killers. There can be nothing horrible than the fact that
state government has not paid even petty ex-gratia to the ill-fated
family. Denying justice to victims and giving free hand to black sheep
in the forces will never help in bringing peace in the state”.
Er.Rasheed added that unless Kashmir issue is not resolved once for
all, every effort to calm Kashmiris and get a temporary peace may
never yield any results.

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