Stop Brutal Killings of Unarmed Civilians

EXPRESSING deep shock and grief over the loss of two precious lives in Chadoora Budgam, CPI(M) Jammu and Kashmir state committee has said that such incidents could have been avoided if the security forces would have exercised maximum restraint.

In a statement issued on March 30, it said that the law enforcing agencies are refusing to draw lessons from previous such experiences and warned that such killings are bound to inflame the situation. It demanded an immediate end to this recklessness.

Probe Recent Civilian Killings in the Valley

SENIOR CPI(M) leader and legislator Muhammad Yousuf Tarigami submitted three resolutions in Jammu and Kashmir state assembly on December 26 about the constitution of a commission of inquiry headed by retired Supreme Court judge to probe the recent civilian killings in the valley, urging upon the government of India to initiate a process of structured dialogue with all stakeholders to find out solution to the Kashmir issue and also ban the use of pellet guns by security forces to meet any law and order situation.

On the Current Events in the Kashmir Valley

On September 3, on the eve of the all party parliamentary delegation leaving for the Srinagar, general secretaries of CPI(M) and CPI, Sitaram Yechury and S Sudhakar Reddy, addressed the media at Constitution Club and issued a joint statement articulating the understanding of the present Kashmir problem and steps that need to be taken for defusing the current crisis and ultimately moving towards a solution of this worsening problem.

All Party Parliamentary Delegation to J&K Restore Normalcy: Initiate Unconditional Political Dialogue with All Stake-Holders

The All Party Delegation to Jammu and Kashmir returned to Delhi after spending two days in J&K. Our meetings with all sections of the society in the state helped us get a first-hand understanding of the seriousness of the situation in the Valley. This came two months too late; had this come six weeks ago, several innocent lives that were lost, could have been saved.

End Use of Brutal Force & Pellet Guns against Protesters

A DELEGATION of CPI(M) comprising of Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami, Ghulam Nabi Malik, Mohd. Afzal Parry and Mohd Amin Dar met union home minister, Rajnath Singh on July 24. The delegation appraised him about the deepening of massive unrest in Kashmir and its fall out. The outburst of mass protests throughout Kashmir demonstrates the growing and deepening alienation of the people, particularly the youth. The response of the authorities has resulted in unfortunate deaths of dozens of unarmed civilians and thousands who got injured.

Stop Killing Unarmed Civilians

IN response to the massive unrest emerging after death of Burhan Wani and his associates, the use of brutal force against the unarmed protesters by the government has resulted in unfortunate killing of number of unarmed innocent persons, which is highly condemnable. The present unrest is the expression of intense anger of the people against the oppressive policies of the government. The killing of unarmed civilians by security forces shows that the government is reluctant to learn any lesson from the past.


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