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Civilian killings evoke condemnation, Mehbooba grieves

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Srinagar, Apr 11, CNS: Civilian killings in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district Wednesday evoked massive condemnation.

Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti Wednesday expressed grief at the loss of lives at Khudwani, Kulgam today. She has also paid tributes to the Army jawan who lost his life in the said incident.

The Chief Minister said there is an urgent need to get together to get Jammu & Kashmir out of this vicious cycle of violence and killings.

Mehbooba Mufti has conveyed her sympathies with the families of those killed and prayed for their eternal solace.

National Conference on Wednesday expressed grief over the killings of three civilians during clashes in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district.

  On its Twitter handle, the party wrote: “Dr. Farooq Abdullah, @OmarAbdullah express shock and grief over the loss of innocent lives in #Kulgam and express solidarity with the bereaved families while reiterating serious concern over continued and unabated civilian killings in the Valley”.

Kashmir Traders Federation spokesperson Ajaz Shahdhar expressed sympathies and condolences with the bereaved families of these slain youth, saying that “their sacrifices won’t go waste and impressed international community to help and rescue people of Kashmir from ongoing bloodshed.

   Senior separatist leader and president Anjuman Shari Shian, Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi expressed deep anguish over the “massacre” of innocent people going on continuously in the Valley due to “stubborn attitude of government of New Delhi regarding the resolution of the long pending human issue of Jammu and Kashmir.”

   He said that Kadwani killings have completely exposed the hollow face of Indian democracy.

  Aga Hasan expressed his solidarity with the bereaved families whose near and dear ones died in Khudwani Kulgam and paid very rich tributes to them.”

   “Hearts of every Kashmiri are bleeding as our youth are being continuously killed on one pretext or the other,” Aga Hasan said. (CNS)