Condemnation continues to pour in against Sopore massacre

Srinagar June 14 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, condemnation of ruthless killing of three civilians by the Indian troops in Sopore on Saturday continues to pour in for the third consecutive day, today.

A spokesman for Tehreek-e-Wahdat-e-Islami, in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the brutal killing was an eye-opener for the international community. He appealed to the United Nations to take stern notice of the ongoing Indian war crimes in the territory. He said that India had tried every cruel tactic of oppression and violence to weaken the Kashmiris’ struggle for freedom but it had failed in its nefarious intentions.

The TWI said that the spirit of freedom of Kashmiris has not weakened but was getting stronger and stronger with the each passing day. It said that the participation of large number of Kashmiris in the massive anti-India demonstrations on the martyrdom of youth in Sopore was a clear indication that India had failed in spite of all its cruel tactics and was fighting a losing battle in Kashmir.

Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Front (KFF) spokesman in a statement deplored that Kashmiris were even not allowed to mourn the killing of their dear ones. He said the people of Kashmir will never ever overshadow the sacrifices given in the length and breadth of Kashmir. He also condemned the continued unlawful detention of Hurriyat leaders and activists.

Jammu and Kashmir Political Resistance Movement General Secretary Dr Musaib in a statement while condemning the killing of the civilians said innocent people would continue to get killed as long as Indian forces enjoy unbridled powers under draconian laws. He said that that Kashmir issue was basically a human and political issue and asked India that it could only be resolved politically.

Jammu and Kashmir Employees Movement in a statement said that the sacred blood of martyrs would not be allowed to go waste. It strongly condemned the brutal use of force by Indian in the occupied territory