JKLF chairman visits slain Kaiser’s house in Dalgate

Srinagar, Jun 4: The JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik on Monday visited the slain Kaiser Ahmad’s residence in Dalgate area of Srinagar to express his solidarity with the bereaved family. Kaiser, an orphan, was moved down by a CRPF vehicle in Nowhatta area of Srinagar on June 1. He has left behind two minor sisters.
While terming ‘the crushing to death under military vehicles’ as a “new tool of war”, Malik as per the party statement has said, “Forces used shells, bullets, pellets and other weapons in past and now the killing by crushing under armed vehicles has been started by the colonial forces that too without any regret or shame.”
He has also said that the government forces have crossed every limit of despotism in Jammu and Kashmir. “Direct responsibility of these gruesome killings lies on the shoulders of mainstream politicians, political parties and especially the ruling regime which is providing legal cover and immunity to these terrorists in uniform.”
“Youth are being tortured, terrorized and humiliated that too in the name of democracy and peace. Nocturnal raids in the month of Holy Ramadhan, desecrating the sanctity of homes and arresting innocent boys have become an order of the day phenomenon now which is highly condemnable. While paying rich tributes to martyr Kaiser Amin, JKLF chairman on the occasion prayed for the Sabr I Jamil to his bereaved and shattered family,” the statement added.