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Delhi’s iron fist policy pushing Kashmiris to destruction: Hurriyat (M)

Srinagar, Feb 19:  Hurriyat Conference (M) has paid tributes to three armed youth and a civilian Mushtaq Ahmad killed in an encounter with government forces at Pinglena, Pulwama on Monday.

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“It is iron fist policy of New Delhi which left no option for youth but to pick the arms as such a generation is being pushed towards death and destruction,” a Hurriyat (M) spokesperson said in a statement issued .

He said that delaying the resolution of Kashmir issue will cast a shadow on the peace for which the people of not just the subcontinent, but the entire south Asia is yearning for since past many decades.

It was high time that New Delhi must shun its “stubborn approach” and acknowledge the ground realities to start a meaningful exercise for the resolution of the dispute, he said.

The Hurriyat (M) spokesperson reiterated the amalgam’s appeal to the world community to take strong notice of the ground situation and impress upon New Delhi to stop its “killing spree” and push for the resolution of Kashmir issue.

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