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PDP condemns killing of youth

PTI  Srinagar, March 15, 2014
First Published: 15:19 IST(15/3/2014) | Last Updated: 15:21 IST(15/3/2014)

 
Opposition PDP today condemned the killing of a youth allegedly in police firing in Bandipora district and demanded that Jammu and Kashmir Government should withdraw all cases against Kashmiri youths for holding protests.
 
"We condemn the killing of Farhat Ahmad Dar during protests against arrests and filing of cases against youth by police in their area at Sumbal yesterday," PDP president Mehbooba Mufti said.
 
"The killing of Dar should awaken the government 'out of its slumber' to withdraw all the cases filed against youths for holding protests from time to time" she said.
 
"If any one is involved in militancy or other criminal activity, cases against them are fine. However, the cases for holding protests should be withdrawn," she demanded.
 
 
Mehbooba accused the National Conference-Congress alliance having turned "maneater", particularly targeting the youths of Kashmir. "They want to push the youth against the wall," she added.
 
The PDP president also lashed out at the Bandipora district police chief, who, she alleged, has been appointed at the behest of a local politician from the ruling party.
 
"We have come to know that the security agencies wanted an experienced officer in Bandipora in view of the district being sensitive and coming elections. But the present officer was appointed against that recommendation at the behest of a local leader. The Election Commission should look into the matter," she said.

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