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Indian troops martyr youth in fresh act of state terrorism

Indian troops martyr youth in fresh act of state terrorism
June 7, 2020
SRINAGAR (KMS) – In Occupied Kashmir, unknown gunmen shot dead a youth in Baramulla district. The youth identified as, Ishfaq Ahmad Najar, was attacked at his residence in Adipora in Bomai area of the district. The injured youth was rushed to a hospital but was declared brought dead by the doctors there. Police have registered a case and launched a manhunt to nab the attackers.
India’s secret plan to create sectarian divide denounced
In Occupied Kashmir, in continuation of their conspiracies to divide the Kashmiris along political, regional and sectarian lines, Indian secret agencies, in a latest bid, tried to set on fire a revered shrine in Srinagar to pitch one community against another in the territory. The residents of Sajadabad locality in Chattabal area of Srinagar; however, foiled the attempt by a masked man backed by the Indian agencies to set afire a local shrine with the sole aim of trigging a sectarian divide among the Kahsmiri communities. The masked man lobbed a petrol bomb at the Chattabal shrine at around 12.45 in the night when people in the locality were mostly asleep. “However, the bomb exploded in the compound causing no damage to the shrine. A motorbike parked there was damaged, they said. “I woke up after hearing the blast, said Sajjad Ahmad Wani, an eyewitness who lives adjacent to the shrine. “I saw the man climbing the gate of the shrine after hurling the bomb. But he hastily retreated after I raised an alarm”, Wani said. “If the shrine had caught fire, dozens of houses adjacent to it would have been reduced to ashes. And more so, when majority of the people in the locality were asleep,” Wani added. Another resident, who insisted not to be named, said that it was a sinister design aimed at creating a sectarian divide. “This is a first such incident in our locality when someone tried to fan sectarian divide. We have always had a cordial relationship with members of majority community. We have laughed and cried together in good and bad times,” he added. Ittehadul Muslimeen president Maulana Masroor, in a statement, strongly condemning the attack called it a vicious attempt to fan the flames of hatred and create a sectarian discord. Referring to the hidden hands he said, “First, they attacked a temple, then a mosque at Alipora followed by an Islamic centre at Habbakadal with petrol bombs now they targeted the shrine at Chattabal. So this pattern makes it clear that attempts to divide the people and to sow seeds of discord among the religious communities in Kashmir have already been started.” He asked people to remain cautious and stay united against communal forces.