Complete shutdown observed in Pulwama to mourn killing of two youth by Indian troops

Complete shutdown observed in Pulwama to mourn killing of two youth by Indian troops
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In occupied Kashmir, complete shutdown was observed in Pampore, Awantipora and other areas of Pulwama district , today, to mourn the killing of two youth by Indian troops.

The youth Tasadduq Amin Shah and Irfan Ahmed Digoo were martyred by the troops during a cordon and search operation in Braw Bandina area of Awantipora, yesterday.

All shops, business establishments and educational institutions were closed in Pampore, Awantipora and many other areas while traffic was off the road.

Delegations of Tehreek-Hurriyat and Muslim Khawateen Markaz visited the residences of the martyred youth in Pampore and Naina Litter areas of the district and paid glowing tributes to them.

The Chairman of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat, Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai, in a statement in Srinagar while paying tributes to the martyred youth said that the insensitivity of the Indian rulers was the sole reason for the unabated bloodshed in occupied Kashmir.

Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Movement, Muhammad Sharif Sartaj in a statement in Jammu deplored  Indian troops were killing innocent Kashmiris especially youth on daily basis.

Chairman Karwan-e-Islami Maulana Ghulam Rasool Hami addressing a gathering at Nasrullahpora in Budgam said that unresolved Kashmir dispute posed a serious threat to the regional peace.

On the other hand ,Chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference Syed Ali Gilani has strongly condemned the arrest of Hurriyat Chief Spokesman Ghulam Ahmed Gulzar by Indian police in Srinagar today. 

 In a statement in Srinagar terming the arrest of the APHC Chief  Spokesman as unlawful and unjustified, he said political space is being denied to Hurriyat leadership by creating a situation of uncertainty and political turbulence in the territory.

Syed Ali Gilani said by pushing people to the wall India will achieve nothing and it should face the Kashmiri political leaders and workers on political turf.

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