JRL calls for valley-wide shutdown on Monday

Srinagar

Expressing serious concern over the re-starting of operation All-Out and CASOS with full vengeance against the people of Kashmir especially in South Kashmir which has resulted in the killing of four civilians in forces firing, JRL comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik has called for a complete shutdown against the continuous civilian killings, on June 25 (Monday).

In a joint statement, the JRL said operation all out was restarted by forces and CASO in South Kashmir villages resulting in harassment of people of all ages and when people resist to forces action they are showered with “pellets and bullets” with a sole aim of killing them and residential houses are being blasted.

The leadership said that they can’t act as mute spectators over the killings of unarmed protesters as since Eid ul Fitr four innocent people including the father of two minor siblings were killed by the government forces. strongly condemning the killing of four civilians who were killed in forces firing since June 16 include Aijaz Ahmed Bhat of Akhiran, Nowpora, elderly Muhammad Yousuf Rather of Srigufwara, Shahid Nazir of Sirhama, and the latest Yawar Nazir of Gassipora Qaimoh who was “martyred” today in indiscriminate firing JRL said that more than 50 people were also left seriously injured.

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