Mehbooba urges PM to intervene in Kashmiri students’ arrest

Srinagar, October 30 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, The Peoples Democratic Party President, Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday wrote to Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi about the recent arrest of Kashmiri students in Agra on charges of sedition and sought his intervention in the matter.

The letter reads, “I write to you with a deep sense of disappointment and concern about the alarming situation in Jammu and Kashmir. Not too long ago when you presided over an all party meeting in Delhi you expressed your intention to remove “dill ke doori “between Delhi and J&K.”

Mehbooba added that in her capacity as the PDP President she suggested a few Confidence Building Measures that would have provided a sense of relief and breathing space to the people of the territory.

“We had been waiting for the roll out of a policy to address the hearts and minds of people especially youth. While the spree of raids, arrests, killings continues unabated the level of repression and state intolerance has touched a new low,” the letter reads.

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