Indian Army fails to suppress Kashmir freedom struggle
SRINAGAR - In occupied Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference has condemned India and its puppet authorities for resorting to customary tactics of placing curbs on the resistance leadership and gagging its genuine voice for freedom.
According to Kashmir Media Service, APHC spokesman in a statement in Srinagar cautioned that the authorities were playing with fire and said that their despotic attitude was the root cause of growing uncertainty in occupied Kashmir.
The spokesman made it clear that despite all repressive and coercive measures, the transgressors of people’s rights would have to bow down their heads before the people’s verdict.
Meanwhile, hundreds of MBBS students from Jhelum Valley College took out a march at Bemina in Srinagar demanding justice for minor girl, Aasifa, who was raped and murdered in Kathua district of Jammu region, last month by a special police officer.
On the other hand, a policeman was killed in an attack on a post outside Charar-e-Shareef shrine in central Kashmir’s Badgam district, today. (KMS/APP)