#Day54: Govt Killing Youth, Business with Same Bullet, says Trade

KL NEWS NETWORK

SRINAGAR

Condemning the killing of youth in Nadihal area of Baramulla district on Wednesday morning, the Kashmir Economic Alliance Chairperson Mohammad Yasin Khan who also heads Kashmir traders and manufacturers federation, said now the government was killing the people of Kashmir and business “with same bullet”.

“The youth was killed in government action as troops went berserk when earlier people were angry with the forces having stopped ferrying of fruit laden vehicles. This is a clear cut message that government wants to kill the people of Kashmir from all sides through all means,” Khan said in a statement issued by KTMF, he heads.

Khan said this while chairing a meeting with the business fraternity from South, central and North Kashmir areas including Islamabad, Pulwama, Shopian, Budgam, Pampore, Baramulla, Kakpora, Kulgam, and Tral.

Apart from traders, transporters, hoteliers, chemists, druggists, hoteliers and industrialists were also present.

While reiterating full support for the Hurriyat Conference’s protest calendar, Khan said, “New Delhi should read the writing on the wall and go for lasting solution of Kashmir through dialogue all with real stakeholders, particularly the Hurriyat leadership.”

“Any dialogue in the absence of Hurriyat (Conference) is futile,” he said addressing Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Khan said that the all-party delegation visit to Kashmir will be “futile” unless the New Delhi takes Hurriyat Conference on board for dialogue.

Referring to PDP led government as “stooges remote controlled by Nagpur” he said, “the government speaks of schooling when our children have been blinded, hospitalized for wounds or arrested for torture by forces, who want to crush public sentiment through  use of force.”

“Use of force is no solution to Kashmir but honest dialogue can be,” he added.

Those who attended the meeting included Kashmir Transport Welfare Association, Kashmir Goods Transport Companies, J&K Contractors Committee, All Chemists & Distributors Association, the statement said.

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