Chairman Liberation Front Mohammad Yasin Malik who was set free from house arrest last night Saturday reached Sonawari and met with the families of Irfan and Tariq who were recently killed allegedly by Army.
Malik, who was under house arrest from July 01, 2013, was released last night, early morning left for Markundal and Koundabal where he and other party members expressed their solidarity with the two families.
On the occasion Malik also addressed the people present at both places. In his address he has said, “Both these young students who had a shining career were murdered by forces in cold blood.” He said that Jammu & Kashmir has been turned into a police state where every space for peaceful political activity has been choked. “We are not even being allowed to express our sympathies and condolences to the bereaved, by so called democratic country and rulers while as on contrary pro Indian politicians and leaders who while sitting in assembly and parliament are actually safeguarding the interests of this killer army and forces, who make laws and pass ordinances to protect these killers, endeavour to protect these forces from legal process and prosecutions and who act like bonded labour of the army and other forces have been provided with every space to go anywhere.”