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Sumji expresses concern over disturbing situation in Jammu and Kashmir

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Srinagar, Oct 15: All Parties Hurriyat Conference Secretary General, G N Sumji on Monday expressed his concern over what he called as disturbing situation, prevailing in Jammu and Kashmir.

In a statement issued here, he said: “Occupational forces have waged a war against the civil population to suppress their legitimate and democratic voice for Right to Self Determination.” “Condemning the arrest of Hurriyat leaders Gulshan Abbas, Khadim Hussain, Maqbool Maghami and other activists by Kupwara police, said that the champions of the so-called democracy are crushing their own rules and regulations to qunch their baised thirst,” reads the Hurriyat-G statement.

The statement further said: “Sumji expressed his deep anguish and dismay on use of brute force by the 55-RR against innocent civilians in Arihal Pulwama. During CASO, dozens of innocent people where ruthlessly beaten and 15 people were arrested including Imam.”

“Terming police and forces action against the people and political activists as a worst form of state terrorism, Sumji demanded intervention by the world human rights organizations to prevail upon India to shun human rights abuses in Jammu and Kashmir,” the Hurriyat-G statement added.

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