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India targeting Kashmir’s future generation

The Hurriyet forum led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has said that India is targeting Kashmir’s future generation in the Indian Held Kashmir.
According to Kashmir Media, the Hurriyet forum spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar expressed grieve over the murder of 12-year-old Danish Sultan of Palpora, Srinagar, by Indian forces who chased him till he was forced to jump into Jhelum River and drown.
“The death of Danish is testified that it is a well-planned strategy of India to eliminate Kashmiris’ future generation and turn the place into a giant graveyard. Such incidents where minor Danish and his friends were stoned by the forces even after they jumped into the river are most deplorable,” he said.
He said that thousands of people including Hurriyet leader, Masroor Abbas, and Hurriyet activists participated in the funeral prayers of Danish.
Meanwhile, the spokesman mourned that it was for the eighth consecutive Friday that congregational Juma prayers were not allowed at Jamia Masjid Srinagar and other main mosques, shrines, khanqahs and imambargahs in the Kashmir Valley.
“The government of India has no interest in resolution of Kashmir dispute as it clearly knows what people want and plan to keep people under subjection. Use of over 1.3 million pellets on thousands of peaceful protestors during the past 56 days, killing blinding and maiming them while acquiring 6.3 crore more pellets for its 8 lac troops already stationed in Kashmir for use against the people, prove that New Delhi knows it will need to keep using them to suppress the people,” the spokesman said.
Meanwhile, the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Vice Chairman, Bashir Ahmad Butt, in a statement in Srinagar described the death of a 12-year-old boy, Danish Sultan as a cold-blooded murder. “This killing is yet another example of hypocritical politics of pro-India politicians and rulers, who have no respect for lives and properties of Kashmiris,” he added.

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