Resistance camp calls for 2-day shutdown


SRINAGAR : On Saturday, The joint resistance leadership called for complete shutdown on Sunday and Monday against the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen officer Sabzar Ahmad, his partner and six activists in Rampur segment of north Kashmir’s Uri.

In an announcement issued here, Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik paid “ardent” tributes to killed and pointed the finger at Indian experts for the overall “shocking circumstance” in the state saying their “inflexible and farfetched” approach is the main driver of vulnerability in J&K.

They firmly censured the utilization of unjustified drive against tranquil grievers and requested that individuals go to sympathy meeting on Monday in Tral.

The pioneers said youth of state feel “very troubled” and are left with no choice however to get arms.

“The overcome hearts are profoundly taught, develop, devoted, and resolved to bring about. A large portion of these adolescents were spooky, pursued, and subjected to third degree torment by police and powers, subsequently constrained to get arms against this boorishness and constrained bondage,” they said.

Paying “glorious” tributes to slain youth, the leadership said it is moral duty to pay our respects to these “brave hearts”. “Our children are choosing this path because of the rigidity and stubbornness of India and they are sacrificing their today for their nation’s tomorrow,” they said.