Rasheed says Police brutalised Islamabad town

SRINAGAR: Condemning the use of force and continuous atrocities on masses and traders in Islamabad town, Langate lawmaker Er Rashid has brought the matter in the notice of Chief Secretary seeking stern action against those who are misusing their authority to curb the rights of masses.

“Cops have started reign of terror in the entire Anantnag town and treat themselves beyond accountability,’ Rasheed said in a statement. “It is most condemning that heavy shelling led to the damage of nearly one dozen shops and other establishments.”

Rasheed saidm police in the south Kashmir town is always in search of excuses to justify its inhuman acts and is deriving pleasure from torturing masses and disgracing the elders of the town.

Rasheed informed the Chief Secretary B B Vyas that while the whole market is on strike since yesterday, no responsible authority from the government has approached the traders to find some amicable solution to the burning issues. He urged upon Chief Secretary not to take the trade body of Anantnag and other representatives for granted. Chief Secretary assured Rashid of looking into the matter and taking up immediate measures to address their grievances.

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