Mirwaiz concerned over Mudasir’s mysterious death; Mehbooba condoles


By News Desk

Expressing deep grief at the death of a young scholar Mudasir Ahmad in Hyderabad the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called for a thorough and transparent investigation into his death.

In a statement issued today the PDP President Mehbooba Mufti said the death of Mudasir was a terrible blow to his family and it was shocking that a bright boy who was pursuing higher studies had lost his life in circumstances which called for thorough investigation. She conveyed her condolences to the family and said she realized that no words could provide comfort to them in this hour of tragedy. She prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul and wished that the family is able to overcome this irreparable loss.

Mehbooba also expressed concern at the use of disproportionate force against the mourners at different places in Pulwama district. She said the administration must understand the emotional nature of the occasion and try to accommodate the sentiments of people. She said the government must provide all facilities to the family for bringing back the body of Mudasir and ensure that a thorough investigation is conducted to bring forth all the facts about his mysterious death.

Others who expressed their deep grief on this incident include party general secretary Mohammed Dilawar Mir, MLA Mohd Khalil Bandh, MLA Syed Bashir, MLA Zahoor Ahmad , MLA Ab Razaq Zawoora and others.


“Kashmiri students, traders outside state are not safe”

APHC Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has expressed serious concern over the mysterious death of a student- Mudasir Kamran at Hydearbad, Andhra Pradesh.

Mirwaiz said the death of Kamran, who hails from Parigam Village of Pulwama, highlights the fact that the students and traders stationed outside Jammu and Kashmir are not safe. He said it was the responsibility of Government of India and the respective state governments to ensure the secure environment for the Kashmiri students and traders staying there.

However, he said, the mysterious death of the Kashmiri student has reflected that how irresponsible GOI and state governments were when it comes to the security concerns of the Kashmiris.

Mirwaiz said the death of student has further strengthened the belief that Kashmiris were not safe in India. He said earlier traders were targeted outside Kashmir, adding, now the Kashmiri students studying in different Indian colleges and Universities too are insecure and are targeted for no reasons.

APHC Chairman said it was a known fact that the number of Kashmiri traders and students outside J&K were arrested and terrorized due to which they were already feeling insecure. Now the death of this Kashmiri student, he said, was a matter of serious concern. He said this incident has sent shock waves in the entire Jammu and Kashmir.

Mirwaiz once again demanded that the GOI should provide security to thousands of Kashmiri traders and students living outside the J&K.

Expressing serious concern and regret over the mysterious death of the student from Parigam, Pulwama, APHC Chairman sympathized with the family members of the deceased. He assured the family that the entire Kashmir was them in these difficult times and mourning the death of the Kamran.

He stressed upon the International human rights organizations and Indian civil society to take strong notice of the Kamran’s death and create pressure on GOI to ensure security of the Kashmiris, living, working and studying outside the state.

Meanwhile hurriyat spokesman said APHC fully supports the portest programme given by the Mutahida Majlis-e-Mushwarat. The spokesman further appealed the people of Jammu and Kashmir to follow the calendar and make the programme a success.




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