Congress in IIOJK demands judicial enquiry into Hyderpora civilian killings

Srinagar, November 19 (KMS): Indian National Congress chapter in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir has demanded a time-bound judicial enquiry into the Hyderpora civilian killings.

The Congress President in IIOJK, Ghulam Ahmad Mir, addressing a public meeting in Awantipora area of Pulwama district said that it was the right time when people should come out and seek positive response to their concerns, apprehensions and the miseries they had been facing due to the policies adopted by the Modi-led BJP government in India towards Kashmir.

He asked the Modi government to come out of the deep slumber and change its policy towards the Kashmiri people, besides addressing their concerns on account of economic crisis, highest rate of unemployment and various other issues.

How long people of Kashmir would suffer due to India’s wrong policies and when will the democratic rights will be restored in Kashmir? Mir questioned. He said the people have realized that the BJP regime in India is least bothered about their rights and has taken advantage of its brute majority to punish the people, which was not acceptable and tolerable.

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