Srinagar: Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir Saturday strongly condemned the “cold-blooded murder” of another youth Ishfaq Ahmad (28) son of Nazir Ahmad Ganaie, a resident of Magraypora Chadoora in central Kashmir’s Budgam by the Indian army.
A spokesperson of Jama’at in a statement said that the bullets ruptured the skull. “He was a carpenter by profession and is survived by his wife and two children.”
“In the same fashion, the personnel belonging to the same camp murdered two persons from Nowgam in the recent past and no one was tried or punished for the gruesome crime as they have free license to kill or injure any Kashmiri at their will for being immune from any legal action under the meticulously drafted draconian black law viz Armed Forces Special Powers Act.”
Jama’at said that this law stands in force only in Kashmir to suppress the genuine voice of the “oppressed people” who have been forcibly subjugated against their will.
“The silence of the international organizations and human rights bodies and watching the state sponsored terrorism against the common masses as mute spectators is most regrettable adversely affecting the credibility and image of these very institutions.”