Kashmiri leader Abdul Ghani Lone house attacked in IoK

Source:  The News Published in World on Thursday, September 08, 2016

SRINAGAR: Indian atrocities in the occupied valley continued on 62nd consecutive day Thursday.

Dozens of Kashmiris have been brutally killed and thousands injured by the Indian security forces in the current unrest.

On Wednesday, 60 Kashmiri protesters were injured in firing by Indian troops.

Today, in Srinagar, unknown gunmen attacked house of Kashmiri leader Abdul Ghani Lone. They stormed the guardroom of Lone’s residence, Indian media reported.

The whole Kashmiri leadership is put under house arrest by the puppet government of Mehbooba Mufti.

The recent uprising in the valley and brutal response from Indian forces is a challenge for the international community to stop human rights violation.

All Parties Hurriyet Conference has extended the joint protest programme from September 9 to September 16. They also announced “Azadi March” (Freedom March) from September 9.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the call for joint protest is given by Chairman All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Syed Ali Gilani, and other Hurriyet leaders Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik.

While giving the call for joint protest, they appealed people to join one and all for ‘Azadi March’ towards Central Eidgahs at District Tehsil and Town level and afterwards march towards UNO Office for submitting a memorandum to be conveyed to 71st Session of General Assembly of United Nations starting on 13th of September.

On the other hand, Indian government is all set to reopen cases against Hurriyet leaders and confiscate their passports after they refused to meeting Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh.