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Sunday, May 28, 2017

Pakistan condemns killing of Hijbul Millitants in Kashmir

By on Sunday, May 28, 2017

Pakistan over the killing of Hizbul Top Commander, Sabzar Ahmad, including other militants has condemned, and it called for intervention to the international Human Rights Organisations and UN.
Foreign affair adviser to Pakistan, Sartaz Aziz, and alleging murder over India extra-judicially, said that India killed 12 Kashmiri youths since Friday in Poolwama and Tral. 3 of them have been killed extra-judicially, as so has been done in many attempt in recent days..
Aziz requested to international communities to stop immediately India for the ruthless murdering of hapless Kashmiris.
It is noticeable that Sabzar was gunned down with his two accomplices during 4 hours encounter after besieging them in a village, Soimoh, in Tral town under Poolwama district on 28th of morning. He was announced Burhanwani’s successor, who has been killed on 8th July last year.
In another incident the army had gunned down 6 terrorists at the time when they were trying to cross the LoC at Rampur Sector in Baramulla district on Saturday.
After Hizbul commander Sabzar Bhat and militants killing, the separatist forces in J&K have called a Bandh for two days against using force over the protestors in the valley.
It is noticeable that a march up to Tral is going to be organized on 30 May in Pulwama District of South Kashmir to pay tribute to the killed militants.
Actually during encounter between security forces and militants, a civilian, came in combat range, was allegedly killed; while 30 people were injured during clash between security forces and protestors in different part of valley.

The presidents of Both groups of Hurriat Conference, and JKLF chief Yasin Malik issued a joint statement, “we condemn the using force over the blank hands people, which resulted injuries of 100 people. We announce a Bandh for two days of Kashmir.” The separatists have said people to reach Tral in huge numbers to pay tribute to the killed militants.

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