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Chadoora killings outcome of Army chief’s threat: Resistance leaders

Call for a complete shutdown in protest against civilian killings

 

Srinagar: Resistance leaders called for a complete shutdown on Wednesday to protest the civilian killings during Chadoora encounter.

The statement from United Hurriyat said that the killings were an outcome of Army chief’s threat.

“It is the outcome of army chief’s threat that forces are now carrying civilian killings, “the statement read.

The statement further added that if forces and the state police don’t stop the killing spree, they will call people to resist.

 

“We will prefer martyrdom and won’t succumb to any pressure. Enough is enough and we won’t tolerate these serial killings and it is better to face this mayhem once for all, come what may,” the joint statement observed.

 

“Under well thought design, forces and state police is killing innocent civilians and incase killings are not stopped, we will call people to resist this killing spree.”

The joint statement also mentioned that the leaders will prefer ‘Martyrdom rather than succumbing to any pressure’.

“We will prefer martyrdom and won’t succumb to any pressure. Enough is enough and we won’t tolerate these serial killings and it is better to face this mayhem once for all, come what may,” the joint statement observed.

The Resistance leaders also said that the state is using the barrel of the gun to silence dissent.

“They are gagging the genuine voices through barrel of gun and pushing people to the wall, said they in a joint statement. The officials and forces personals involved in these killings are neither tried for their crimes nor till now even a single official was punished or brought to book,” the joint statement pointed out.

They demanded an impartial probe into the killings and called upon the international community to intervene.

“Until the international community and human rightist organizations take their cognizance in these gruesome episodes, the state of uncertainty will haunt the whole region.”

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