Hurriyat Conference on Thursday paid tributes to three armed youth Adfar Fayaz Parray, Tousif Ahmad Thoker and Zubair Ahmad Bhat who were killed in an encounter with the government forces in South Kashmir’s Tral area stating that it was because of the priceless sacrifices of Kashmiri youth that the ongoing struggle has entered into a decisive phase.
According to a statement issued to KNS, Hurriyat Conference (M) spokesman said that the government through its repressive policies is pushing the Kashmiri youth to wall leaving them with the no option other than to resort to armed means of resistance, adding, “these oppressive measures, however, can’t break the resolve of people who are fighting for the legitimate rights neither New Delhi can misguide the world community any more about the basic ground realities in Kashmir.”
The spokesman strongly condemned the use of force on the peaceful protestors in Tral, stating that at least a dozen youth sustained pellet injuries as forces used their might by firing countless pellets, tear gas and pava shells to break the peaceful procession which deserves highest form of condemnation.
“Forces are enjoying unbridled powers under black laws as they know that they won’t be held accountable for their wrongdoings with the result Kashmiris are subjected to worst form of torture and thrashing during peaceful protests,” he said.
The spokesman said that New Delhi can’t defeat the people’s resolve to fight for their legitimate right no matter how far it can go in unleashing reign of terror by displaying its ultimate military might. He said bloodbath of Kashmiri people, especially youth, has become everyday affair in Kashmir while as serious attempts are made to divert the attention of world community.
He strongly condemned the frequent cordon and search operations launched in south Kashmir’s Shangus, Anantnag, Keller Pulwama where in forces conducted door to door searches resulting in the tremendous hardships for the people in the bone chilling cold.
The spokesman denounced the forces action where in people of all ages including children and women are kept under open sky in the biting cold stating that these repressive acts should end forthwith.