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Hurriyat (M) condemns assault on JK students

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Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (M) Saturday condemned the brutal assault on the Rajouri students studying at Central University Mahindragarh, Haryana by ‘fanatic goons’, leaving them seriously injured.

The spokesman in a statement issued here said that majority of Kashmiri students, businessmen are reeling under an insecure environment in various states of India.

He said in the past, many incidents of attacks on Kashmiri students took place which forced many students to return back to Kashmir.

The spokesman said it was the primary responsibility of governments of various states of India to ensure safety and security of all the students.

The spokesman denouncing the nocturnal raids in Soibugh area of Budgam during which dozens of youth are arrested termed it the worst form of state repression. He said scores of houses were vandalized by the government forces in the name of search operation.

He said these tactics are being done aimed to a build pressure on the people to break their resolve for which they have rendered numerous sacrifices.

The spokesman said, however, the fact remains people are committed to the sacred movement and are continuously offering priceless to take the movement to its conclusion.

Meanwhile, incarcerated chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq condoled the demise of mother of daily Kashmir Times, Chief Editor Prabodh Jamwal who passed away in Jammu last night. Mirwaiz extended his heartfelt condolences to Prabodh Jamwal and Anuradha Jamwal.

On the directions of Mirwaiz, a delegation comprising Ghulam Rasool, T R Dogra, K K Singh, Farhan Chaudhary, Javaid Ahmad Khan, and Muhammad Afzal visited the family of Jamwals in Jammu and condoled the demise of deceased.

Meanwhile, the spokesman has condemned the continuous house confinement of APHC chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and arrest of Mukhtar Waza lodged in police station Mattan since past three days.

The spokesman said it was height of repression that even family members of Waza aren’t allowed to meet him and provide necessary medicines.


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