Incarcerated chairman of JKLF Muhammad Yasin Malik has strongly condemned the brutal assault on a Kashmiri student identified as Ahtisham at Noida in which the said student has sustained grave injuries, the amalgam spokesman in a statement said.
He was beaten ruthlessly while police were watching silently and in a way abetting the goons. Even the role of university authorities has been shameful and disgusting, the spokesman quoted Malik in a statement.
The spokesman quoted JKLF chairman as saying that this was not the first time when a Kashmiri faced brutal Indian face but part of a larger war that Indian state and national media has started against Kashmiris.
“Kashmiris are being pushed to the wall by Delhi and fanatic goons that are working at the orders of their political masters and attacking Kashmiris,” he said.
“This situation is very serious and Kashmiris will no longer sit silent on these attacks on their kith and kin. If Indian authorities failed to stop these heinous attacks Kashmiris will be left with no option but to launch a fully fledged agitation against it, added JKLFchairman.
Meanwhile, JKLF chairman has paid rich tributes to Manzoor Ahmad Butt on his death anniversary. Manzoor Ahmad Butt was the younger brother of JKLF founder Muhammad Maqbool Butt and embraced martyrdom on 4th October 1995.
Recalling his struggle and sacrifices, JKLF chairman said that Manzoor kept treading the path of struggle and sacrifices as shown by his elder brother Muhammad Maqbool Butt and rendered the ultimate sacrifice in the way of truth and freedom.
JKLF chairman said that blood of great martyrs cannot go waste and struggle nourished by this sacred blood will be taken to its desired goal at every cost. A condolence meeting was also held at JKLF office in which special prayers were held for the slain.