Malik’s remand extended till 13 July
‘Kashmiris forced to shoulder coffins of their dear ones’
Srinagar: Arrested by police on 6th of July, 2018, during a raid on his house and since then being lodged at police station kothibagh along with Umar Adil Dar of Tehreek -i- Hurriyat, Police today extended the remand of JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik up to 13th July 2018, a press release issued here said.
JKLF spokesman, while condemned the prolonged detention of Malik has said that “caging political leaders and activists and barring them from performing their political activities is nothing but anti- democratic attitude and also the worst kind of oppression”.
Meanwhile, Malik has expressed grief over the death of a child at Memander Shopian who, he said, became a victim of some ‘mysterious’ blast and embraced ‘martyrdom’.
Malik condemned what he called the ‘daily killings’ in Kashmir and added that people here were forced to shoulder the coffins of their dear ones as a result of ‘occupation and military suppression’. He said that the subsequent killing, one after another, are a result of ‘brute policies’ of the ‘occupational forces’ and reiterated that the people were braving all odds and making ‘great sacrifices’ for ‘freedom struggle’.
Meanwhile JKLF also expressed grief and sorrow over the demise of Gulam Ud Din Dar, father of JKLF martyr Muhammad Sultan Dar of Sopore. A delegation of JKLF visited the residence of the deceased and prayed for the departed soul.
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