Srinagar: Kashmir Economic Alliance Co-Chairman, Farooq Ahmed dar and vice Chairman Ajaz Ahmed shahdhar where arrested from Lalchowk Srinagar, in connection with Humen rights day protests.
Taking note of civilian killings in Kashmir, Farooq Dar termed it a ‘deep-rooted conspiracy performed by forces to expunge Muslim population’ here.
He reiterated that the “state of Jammu and Kashmir is a disputed territory and impressed upon international Community to come forward for the solution of this long pending dispute.”
He said it should be stopped immediately. “I would request Indian Civil Societies and intellectuals to impress Indian government to stop the use of force on civilians in Kashmir,” Dar impressed.
Dar also appealed United Nations and Amnesty International to play a vital role in discontinuation of the genocide of Kashmir’s and solution of the issue.
“We would not bear killings and atrocities on people. If India does not stop atrocities in Kashmir it would have bad outgrowth.
Then we have to come out on the roads. Although I represent the business community, it is our moral as well as social responsibility to protest against the killings at the hands of forces in Kashmir,” Dar said.
KEA Chairman M.Y Chapri and chief spokesman M.Sidque Ronga condemned the police action.