“Hurriyat Doing Politics On Dead Bodies Of Kashmiri Youth”


Srinagar: A video has come out where a Kashmiri youth has been found confronting the Hurriyat leaders.

In this video the youth has been seen saying “ Geelani earlier said don’t send your Children DPS & missionary schools. But today daughter of Hurriyat leader from DPS is role model for Youth in Kashmir.” “Hurriyat doing politics on dead bodies of Kashmiri Youth.” “ What has Hurriyat done so far?”

“Hurriyat uses Pak funds to instigate youth to pelt stones. People are asking why do you ask our children to pelt stones when your own children study abroad?” Hansraj Ahir, MoS Home Affairs on relative of stone-pelter who died after being run over by CRPF vehicle slams Hurriyat.

See the video what the youth says about the Hurriyat leaders.

Earlier, jailed Hurriyat leader Shabir Shah’s daughter tops Jammu and Kashmir in CBSE class 12 results. With this, the DPS Athwajan has topped among all the CSBE affiliated schools of the state.Sama Shabir Shah of Delhi Public School (DPS) Athwajan has topped in Jammu and Kashmir in the CBSE-2018 results. Sama, who is daughter of senior separatist leader Shabir Ahmad Shah, has secured 97.8 percent marks in the 12th class examination. Shah is currently lodged in Tihar jail.

On Saturday after the Srinagar protest where a youth was crushed under the wheels of CRPF vehicles who died later. Separatists, for their part, called for a region-wide strike to protest the frequent killing of civilians in the Valley. Consequently, most shops, business establishments and fuel stations in Srinagar remained closed through the day. Top separatist leaders Yasin Malik, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Syed Ali Geelani have also been placed under detention.

On the other hand a fresh protests erupted in south Kashmir’s Pulwama on Monday soon after rumour went around that a local militant is among those killed in Tangdar sector last month by the army.

On Monday, scores of people in Pulwama hit the streets and claimed that second militant killed was Shiraz Ahmad, a resident of Lajoora, Pulwama.

The protesters pelted stones on forces resulting in chaos in the town where shopkeepers pulled down their shutters. Sheeraz is reported missing since September 2017.

Two families in south Kashmir have so far claimed as their kin two of the five infiltrating militants killed in Tangdar sector last month by the army.

According to police sources, the said families include that of Sheeraz Ahmad Sheikh of Lajoora Pulwama and Mudasir Ahmad of Parigam, Kulgam.