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Sehrai shocked over civilian killings

Srinagar, Nov 24: Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Chairman, Mohammed Ashraf Sehrai on Saturday expressed his grief and shock over the civilian killings in Budgam and Kulgam including a teen age girl Muskaan Jan and Ishfaq Ahmed Ganai of Khandah.
In a statement issued, Sehrai said, “Its shame that the human rights activists, and civil society members have turned deaf dumb and blind to the killing of young Kashmiris and the world human rights watchdogs callously watch on, doing nothing,” he said.
Sehrai ridiculed a certain section of media and the false propaganda they carry out, saying that “their rhetoric and concocted stories of bravery and valour stand exposed as innocents are getting targeted and killed in Valley without any provocation.”
He said the hearts of every Kashmiri are bleeding as youth are being continuously killed on one pretext or the other.
Condemning the daily killing of youth, Sehrai said it is a planned massacre in State, and termed it as ‘sheer cowardice and inhuman act’.
Sehrai said that “under a well-planned conspiracy, in absence of any accountability a full-fledged war against people of Kashmir and the process has been started with the genocide of youth including minor girls and boys.”
He said that the ultimate repression is being unleashed on the innocent people of Kashmir with a sole aim of breaking their resolve.