Srinagar:Peoples Conference chairperson and separatist turned pro-India politician Sajjad Gani Lone on Monday expressed anguish over the killing of 14-year-old militant in a gunfight with government forces at Mujgund area of Srinagar city.
Lone, the son of former resistance leader Abdul Gani Lone, said that the government should exhaust all non-military options when minors are involved in gunfights.
The former ally of Bharatiya Janata Party said that calling of operations involving minors is a better option.
“The killing of a fourteen year old is sad and scary. The administration should exhaust all non military options when a minor is involved. calling off such an operation is a better option. And the involvement of minors in non state military activity merits thought from the society (SIC),” Lone tweeted.