Kashmir Indepth

PDP protests inside Civil Secretariat demands an end to unabated civilian killings in Kashmir

Jammu:  People’s Democratic Party (PDP) members led by senior PDP leaders Firdous Tak, Aijaz Mir and Yawar Mir protested against civilian killings in south kashmir’s pulwama district. 

.The protesters assembled in the canteen of the Secretrait and marched in its lawns, demanding an end to unabated civilian killings at the hands of government forces.The protesters were carrying banners which read stop innocent killings in Kashmir. The protesters later entered the secretrait and carried protest inside it with Chief Secretary V V R Subrahmanyam and two advisors of Governor Khurshid Ganie and KK Sharma.While talking to reporter the former MLC Firdous Tak alleged that the Governor has failed and New Delhi needs to react before situation slips out of hand.Tak said that blood is spilled on streets of Kashmir by government forces and such vicious cycle of violence needs to be put to an end sooner otherwise situation will would come to such a passe and nobody would be able to control it.Following the protests, IGP Jammu SD Singh Jamwal, DIG Jammu Vivek Gupta along with other senior officers rushed to civil secretrait and are taking stock of the situation.On Saturday seven civilians were killed in post encounter clashes at Pulwama and included an MBA graduate from Indonesia University who had returned only last year.

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