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Published:February 23rd, 2009 10:50 EST
Peoples League Denounces Killing of Devotees by Troops in Bumi Sopore

Peoples League Denounces Killing of Devotees by Troops in Bumi Sopore

By SOP newswire2

Jammu Kashmir Peoples League Acting chairman, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza strongly condemns the recent killing of three innocent youth in Sopore by Indian troops. The senior Hurriyat leader said that Indian troops has again resorted to state sponsored terrorism to kill innocent youth and this incident has once again unmasked the real face of Indian democracy.

He maintained that India has left no room for peaceful protests. Whether it is a religious or political gathering, India considers it as a political threat to its presence in Kashmir, " Waza said, adding that the reshuffling of administration would not solve the problem.

Mukhtar Waza maintained that the international human rights organization have been asking India from time to time to withdraw its troops from Kashmir so that violations of human rights could be brought to a halt.

Meanwhile District President APHC of Baramulla, Shakeel-ul-Rehman expresses sympathies with the families of slain youths and added that  the guilty must be brought to book, sooner the better.

Issued By: Jammu Kashmir Peoples League
Constituent of All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC)