KL NEWS NETWORK
Expressing deer anguish and concern over the “new trend” in which armed forces brutally kill people travelling alone at night as was in the case of Riyaz Ahmed of Chattabal a few days back and now Bilal Ahmad Malik of Daferpora, Pulwama during Saturday night, Hurriyat Conference (m) spokesperson on Sunday said that Kashmiris are getting more and more “vulnerable to the atrocities and brutalities of Indian armed forces who are on a mission to eliminate them”.
The Spokesperson asked people to be extremely cautious in “such a scenario” and avoid travelling alone and late in the night.
Expressing sympathy and solidarity with the family of Bilal Ahmad Malik, the APHC-m spokesperson paid glowing tributes to him and said, “such cold blooded murder of innocent Kashmiris is a blot on the face of humanity and it will not discourage people from fighting for their basic right of freedom.”
Condemning the continuous raids and harassment of people in villages and towns across Kashmir, the spokesperson said the state government was “trying every undemocratic and immoral trick up its sleeves to overcome the passion of resistance of the people”.