KL NEWS NETWORK
Paying rich tributes to Shujat-ul-Islam, Ishtiyaq Ahmad Khanday and Imtiyaz Ahmad Itoo, of Islamabad, on their fifth anniversary, National Front chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan Monday expressed dismay over the fact that the killers of unarmed civilians are roaming free.
In a statement to KNS Khan said, “Years have passed after the magisterial inquiry indicted police officials of killing three teenagers in the compound of a residential house at Anchidora. However, the killer cops were never punished. Instead they have been elevated to top positions.”
Taking a dig at human rights organizations, he said, “Our innocent youth were massacred in 2010 by the men in uniform. However, not a single rights organization came forward to work for punishing the guilty. There is no hope of any justice within the Indian dispensation so it is of utmost importance that people of Kashmir should strengthen the resistance movement against the illogical occupation of India. This is the only way of remembering and paying homage to martyrs.”
Meanwhile, Khan condoled the senior resistance leaders, Showkat Ahmad Bakhshi and Shakeel Ahmad Bakhshi on the sad demise of their mother. He led a party delegation and participated in the Nimaz-e-Jinazah of the deceased lady and prayed for her eternal peace. He said that the deceased lady was the mother of three freedom loving sons one among whom -Shariq Bakhshi- achieved martyrdom in early nineties and other two are exhibiting steadfastness in the ongoing resistance movement.