ISLAMABAD (APP): The member of so-called Kashmir Assembly and Awami Ittehad Party Chief, Engineer Abdur Rasheed has warned the Indian Army to mend its behavior or be prepared to face mass resistance.
Engineer Rasheed in a statement issued in Srinagar said that he deferred the proposed program of stopping the army convoy on Baramulla-Kupwara highway after getting assurance from the district and army administration that such incident would not be repeated, KMS reported.
Indian troops staged hooliganism at Super Naghama on Sunday and subjected many people to torture without any provocation.
The statement quoting Rasheed said, "Hooliganism at Super Naghama is the second incident during last two months and is absolutely intolerable and un-acceptable. It would be in the interest of army not to unnecessarily provoke masses, who are already running out of patience due to the state terrorism and in absence of any credible and transparent accountability."
Rasheed said that army must know that J&K is a dispute and they can't rule at the barrel of gun by simply finding themselves at liberty to kill Kashmiris or hit them with pellets and bullets.
"The forces in Kashmir seem to have got encouraged from the activities of the Hindutva forces in UP and have started harassing, humiliating, torturing and killing Kashmiris ," he added.