Malik condemns civilian killings, communalization of Kathua tragedy
JKLF stages peaceful protest at Lal Chowk
Srinagar: Chairman of JKLF Muhammad Yasin Malik, who is lodged in Srinagar’s Central Jail, has condemned, what he said, ongoing genocide of Kashmiris and ugly politics being played over innocent Asifa’s blood.
In a message sent from jail today, Malik has said that the blood of Kashmiris has been turned into a cheap commodity and from Shupian to Kulgam and Sonawari to Handwara, Kashmiri blood is being spilled over on roads by Indian bullets and pellets with impunity.
JKLF incarcerated Chairman said that those who have choked every little space for peaceful politics, who incarcerate political activists under black laws, who use military and police might to suppress peoples voices should also introspect and try to have some regret on human loss.
Terming the rape and murder of innocent Asifa and protest by fringe including some sitting ministers, the rapists and murderers as most shameful and heinous, Malik called for stern punishment for killers and rapists.
Meanwhile, in accordance with protest programme given by separatist joint leadership, JKLF held peaceful protest at Lal Chowk against Khudwani Kulgam carnage and rape and murder of innocent Kuthua girl Asifa.
The protestors gathered near Madeena Chowk and marched towards Budshah Chowk where they staged a peaceful protest, a JKLF spokesman said.