Posters remembering Chotta Bazar martyrs again appear in IIOJK

Srinagar, June 09 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, posters remembering the sacrifices of martyrs of Chotta Bazar have again appeared in Srinagar and other areas of the territory.

More than 30 people including women and children were martyred when Indian paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) opened indiscriminate fire in Chotta Bazar area of Srinagar on June 11, 1991.

The posters were pasted on walls, polls and pillars by Warseen-e-Shuhada Jammu and Kashmir, Mishal Bardaran-e-Haq Jammu and Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir Political Resistance Movement (JKPRM), Jammu and Kashmir Justice and Peace initiative (JKJPI), Jammu and Kashmir Justice League (JKJL), Kashmir Resistance Movement (KRM) and Kashmir Hurriyat Forum (KHF) in Srinagar and other areas.

The posters on third consecutive day were seen in different areas vowing that the struggle for freedom would continue till the implementation of the UN resolutions. They asked India to revert its decision of August 5, 2019 to maintain the identity and disputed nature of Jammu and Kashmir.

The posters asked the people of IIOJK to express solidarity with the government employees who have been dismissed from their services for their affiliation with the ongoing Kashmir freedom movement. They asked the Kashmiri people to frustrate Modi regime’s nefarious designs to permanently settle the Indian citizens in IIOJK aimed at altering the demographic composition of the territory.