Conspiracies on to disturb religious brotherhood in Kashmir: Muzafar Shah

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Srinagar, Jan 8: Jammu and Kashmir Awami National Conference senior vice president Muzafar Shah has voiced his serious concern over the attempts of vested interests to disturb centuries old religious brotherhood in Kashmir.
Condemning the killing of a Sikh youth Simranjeet Singh son of Nanak Singh a resident of Khasipora village of Tral area of Pulwama district, Shah sought an enquiry into the incident and called for maintaining the aegis old religious brotherhood in Kashmir.
He also expressed his sympathies with the fire victims of Sherbagh Anantnag whose houses were destroyed in a devastating fire recently. He demanded immediate compensation for the victims of Sherbagh. (KNS)