Kashmir Protest: PM Modi and CM Mufti appealed for peace


Kashmir: On Tuesday large parts of curfew bound Kashmir Valley were Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti appealed for calm and to end protest. On Tuesday gripe have increase to north Kashmir subsequent to safety forces killed a youth in the border district of Kupwara, still as the stressed Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti visited on Wednesday to the martyrs cemetery in the curfew bound old city to pay tributes to 1931 people. On Tuesday police conveyed that, adolescence was killed subsequent to steal commence fire on a mob which attacked the police station and set on flames a vehicle in which policemen had got trapped at Kralpora village of North Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

From Friday this is the first killing of a protestor in the north Kashmir region as the unrest commence when Hizbul Mujhadeen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani was fired down in an encounter at Kokarnag. Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti at this time has appealed for peace and guaranteed examination into the excessive use force by the police and paramilitaries. Chief Minister Mufti further conveyed that, various people are in concert politics over the dead bodies; it is the family members of these slain youth who have to live with this ache everlastingly. She appeals everybody to help us in commencing back peace and normalcy in the state. Incidents where safety workers have acted harshly and have used excess force will be and dealt with. Martyrs day is experiential every year on July 13 in memory of the 22 Kashmiris who cut down to the bullets of the police of the Dogra command in 1931, marking the commencing of the rebellion next to the monarchy in Jammu and Kashmir.