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Hurriyat (M) demands impartial probe in Mushtaq Chopan’s killing

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Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (M) Wednesday strongly condemning the killing of Mushtaq Ahmad Chopan during custody at Police Station Tral, saying that the police story related to the incident is ‘unacceptable’ and seems ‘totally concocted’ in view of the statement of the locals.

The spokesman as per a statement issued here also said that the youth in Kulgam village are being being summoned to meet the needs of laborers at the local army camps.

Demanding an impartial probe in the incident, the spokesman said “such suspicious incidents also occurred in past where inmates were killed and tortured by the government forces in custody.”

The spokesman appealed International Human Rights organization to come forward and play their role to stop unabated killings, bloodshed, torture and rights violations in Kashmir.

He condemned the harassment of youth at the hands of Army at Ashmoji Village of Kulgam where educated youth are being summoned to meet the needs of laborers at Army camps under which youth are forced to cut grass and do jobs like stone grinding.

He said that the identity cards of youth are kept at camps so that they could come tomorrow again for laboring.

The spokesman said that this act of forces is totally ‘inhuman and worst type of human rights violation’, aimed to give a feel of helplessness among the youth, adding, the countries of conscience should come forward to stop this humiliation faced by the Kashmiris on routine basis.

The spokesman expressed concern over the disappearance of Kashmiri MBBS student Suhail Ajaz at Orissa.

He said the protection of Kashmiri students outside valley is the responsibility of the respective governments.





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