By Yasir Ashraf
A twenty-year-old student of Degree College Bemina at Srinagar, Malik Iqbal’s passport was ready as he had interest to go abroad, for further studies in Islamic studies. But luck didn’t support him. On 13 September 2010 afternoon, after attending Friday prayers, Iqbal was leaving towards Tangmarg town to join a procession against the burning of Quran in United States of America (USA). Police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) men interrupted the procession and opened fire on the protestors. In just some seconds of firing, a young life had been snuffed out. Iqbal was dead.
Iqbal was accompanied by