JKNF Aghast Over Killing Spree Of Kashmiri Youth In IIOJK

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JKNF aghast over killing spree of Kashmiri youth in IIOJK

Voicing serious concern over the prevailing political and human rights situation in the occupied Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir National Front (JKNF) said the occupation forces who were on a killing spree has turned the valley into a living hell for its citizens

MIRPUR (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 3rd Apr, 2021 ) Voicing serious concern over the prevailing political and human rights situation in the occupied Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir National Front (JKNF) said the occupation forces who were on a killing spree has turned the valley into a living hell for its citizens.

In a statement issued in occupied Srinagar on Saturday, the JKNF spokesman Shafiq-ur-Reman while condemning the killing of three Kashmiri youth by the Indian occupation forces youth in Pulwama district termed it as worst form of state terrorism, said a report reaching here Saturday from across the line of control.

The incident, he said, was an eye-opener for the world to see as how ruthlessly Indian forces were blowing into ashes the humans, houses by using improvised explosive devices in the IIOJK.

"Indian government has let loose its forces to arrest Kashmir youth and kill them in fake encounters and search operations".

Terming it as a worst kind of state terrorism the spokesman said world community should take effective cognizance of the systematic genocide of Kashmiri youth that remained a matter grave concern, according to the report.

Amidst the new wave of the deadly coronavirus the spokesman said, "The cordon and search operations carried out by Indian troops in the length and breadth of the valley has created an environment of fear among people in the valley".

He urged the world human rights organizations to play their due role in bringing an end to the continued bloodshed and human rights violations being committed by the Indian occupation forces in the region.

The spokesman condemned the use of brute force against civilians and harassment of journalists at the hands of the Indian troops, the report added.