JKFFA urges youth to shun violence in Kashmir
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: The protests and killings in Kashmir should stop, said the members of Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Fighters Association, and peace may prevail in an atmosphere of Kashmiri culture, brotherhood and harmony.
In a joint statement, the Chairman Bhushan Lal Gupta, President Ved Gandotra, Vice President Tej Ram Dogra, General Secretary Parbhat Kahai, Rajiv Mahajan and S Jagjit Singh said that the innocent public of Kashmir should stop getting instigated by the separatist organisations and stop protests and stone pelting on police personnel and added that by burning of public property, they were making a hell of the heaven.
The members further said that provocation and instigating for protests was the business of the separatists and the some so called main stream political big-wigs but they should understand their (separatists) nefarious designs and lead a peaceful life.
The members appealed to the youth to understand that none of the kins of these, so called, separatists and political leaders was throwing stones along with them and being killed, they were enjoying luxurious life abroad, New Delhi and others parts of the country, but have emotionally black-mailing and religiously provoking the Kashmiri people for protesting and pelting stones on the police personnel, who were also like their brothers.
The members also asked the Kashmiri brethren to shun violence and work with the State Government for development of every nook and corner of the State. The Central and State Government have floated many schemes for the people, avail these opportunities and make the people of State happy and prosperous and make this State again the heaven on earth, they added.