Hurriyat (M) Conference on Monday while paying rich tributes to three militants killed in an encounter at Khudwani Kulgam stating that youth are sacrificing their lives for the great and sacred mission and it’s the collective responsibility of the people and the resistance leadership to protect and to take the ongoing movement to its logical end.
The spokesman in a statement said that using “military might” to crush the popular people’s sentiments have never succeeded as witnessed in various global struggles and that people of Kashmir irrespective of their age and gender are fully committed towards the ongoing movement and are offering sacrifices of every nature to achieve their birthright.
The spokesman expressed serious concern over the plight of Kashmiri and non-local prisoners in Central Jail Srinagar who according to media reports are being denied basic medical aid and not produced before the courts on their due dates terming the move as sheer political vendetta spokesman urged the world right bodies and organizations fighting for prisoners’ rights to visit all the prisons in Jammu and Kashmir and outside the State to take firsthand account of the ill-treatment meted out to Kashmiri prisoners.
Meanwhile, the spokesman expressed heartfelt condolence over the demise of Muhammad Shafi Shah, the uncle of incarcerated resistance leader Shabir Ahmed Shah, who is languishing in Delhi’s Tihar jail. The spokesman extended sympathy with the bereaved family and also prayed for the highest standards for the deceased in Janah.