Omar, Mehbooba, Mir, Mirwaiz condemn attack

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Srinagar, Mar 15: Condemning the twin attacks on mosques in Christ Church, New Zealand two former chief ministers of Jammu and Kashmir – Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti – called it a terror attack.
Omar, who is the National Conference (NC) vice-president, said it is good to see that most of the people are calling the New Zealand mosques firing what it is – a terror attack.
Omar tweeted after the attacks were reported “Good to see most people are calling the #NewZealand Mosque Firing what it is – a terror attack. #NewZealand Terrorist Attack. No words of condemnation are strong enough & no words of sympathy for the families adequate enough. May Allah grant them Jannat.”
Mehbooba Mufti, taking on the twitter, also posted messages condemning the attack. “Admire how New Zealand PM conducted herself & addressed the media post #christchurchnz attacks. Clearly stating that there is no place for such terror attacks & that NZ is a home to all the migrant communities regardless of their religion. Respect for such leadership qualities,” Mehbooba said in a tweet.
In another tweet she wrote “We all have a lesson or two to learn from it. Had the same incident happened here, the leadership would have politicised it, indulged in war mongering and covertly supported attacks on Muslims.”
The J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President G.A. Mir has strongly condemned the terror attack at two mosques in New Zealand, describing the attack as cowardly, mindless and barbaric.
Expressing deep shock over the loss of lives G.A. Mir conveyed his deepest condolences to the bereaved families.
He expressed profound grief over the loss of 49 precious lives reportedly in a mindless terror attack, saying that he has no words to express his grief over the loss of lives. (KNS)
Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Friday expressed shock over the twin mosques terrorist attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand.
“Shocked and Deeply grieved by the barbaric attack at twin mosques in #Christchurch New Zealand. Multiple fatalities feared. Once again Humanity becomes a casualty. Condemnation beyond words. prayers for the victims (sic),” Mirwaiz said on Twitter.