#Day32: Police Issue Wanted List of Youths in Old Srinagar, says Hurriyat (m)



Commenting on the Supreme Court’s verdict regarding Dy SP, accused of killing Tengpora civilian Shabir Ahmad, APHC-m spokesperson said that for a court that sent Afzal Guru to the gallows to “satisfy the collective conscience of the nation”, the verdict of the supreme court “to keep up the morale of the forces”, was “hardly a surprise and was along expected lines”.

“What would have been a surprise rather a miracle would have been if justice had been done by the court!” a statement issued by Hurriyat Conference (m) said Tuesday evening.

Strongly condemning the government for bringing out a list of  minor and teenaged boys of Srinagar’s Shehr-e-Khaas area and “bribing people with reward if they get them arrested as highly immoral and deplorable the conglomerate said this way authorities were playing havoc with the future of these innocent children and pitting Kashmiri against Kashmiri”.

The APHC-m spokesperson said while Kashmir was being soaked with the blood of the civilian youths for the past month and dozens of youth, women and children were blinded with the use of lethal pellet guns, people were burning with anger over “state terrorism and in such circumstances launching a campaign against innocent children was the height of oppression and avenging tactics”.

Condemning the arrest of a Kashmiri youth, Tawseef Ahmad of Sopore in India’s Chattisgarh state in a frivolous case, the statement said harassment of Kashmiri students and traders, studying or working in different states of India by police of respective states “has become the order of the day and continues unabated”.

The spokesperson also strongly condemned the dastardly act of terror in Quetta in which more than 70 innocents lost their life.

He expressed sympathy with the bereaved families and prayed for the speedy recovery of the injured.

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