Attack on Trucker: Hurriyat (m) Urges Govt to Take Steps Stop This Trend



Condemning the assault on another Kashmiri trucker, Farooq Ahmad at Nadani on the Srinagar-Jammu highway by communal elements, All Parties Hurriyat Conference (m) spokesperson Monday said the government was “maintaining criminal silence over this communal frenzy”.

“The government was being irresponsible by maintaining silence over the repeated attacks on Kashmiri truckers and expressed concern over such attacks becoming a norm in Jammu region,” the Hurriyat (m) spokesperson said. “With the government remaining silent over these attacks, the communal elements and fanatics were getting encouraged and the life of Kashmiris travelling outside was also under threat.”

Terming it as an unacceptable development, the spokesperson urged the ruling government to take immediate steps to stop this trend “as it was becoming a norm not an aberration”.

Blaming the unionist political parties of “making Kashmir economically dependent and looting Kashmir’s vast resources”, the spokesperson said, “by keeping Kashmir issue unresolved, not only were the people of Kashmir in danger but also Crores of people of entire South Asia who were facing political uncertainty.”

The APHC today reached out to the people in south Kashmir’s Islamabad areas of Mattan, Seer Hamdan, Sali, Achabal with its peoples’ contact movement and also met a number of delegations of te people and held a workers meeting.

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