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Jama’at shocked over killing of Dr Manan Wani

'Non-resolution of Kashmir issue main cause of bloodshed'


KNS

Srinagar, Oct 11 (KNS): Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir expressed its deep shock over the loss of a highly qualified young and budding intellectual of Kashmir Dr Abdul Manan Wani along with his associate.
“This bloodshed is the result of non-resolution of the long pending Kashmir issue badly affecting millions of people living in Jammu and Kashmir region despite the fact that they have been promised a number of times through the United Nations Security Council by way of resolutions, signed by both India and Pakistan as far back as in 1947, 1948 and 1949 that they would be allowed to determine their political future according to their own aspirations,” JeI said in a statement issued to KNS.
The JeI spokesman said that after the passage of some years, India began to claim Jammu and Kashmir to be its integral part which is quite against the historical facts. “If India is sincere in stopping the bloodshed and the human loss in this region, then it should come forward and start a meaningful dialogue with the government of Pakistan and the real representatives of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and find a just and stable solution of this human issue keeping in view the aspirations of the people living therein,” he said.
Jama’at said that the suppression and oppression of the common people and the killing spree is going to yield no results at all and these tactics only add fuel to the fire which can engulf the whole South-Asian region in the future.
Furthermore, Jama’at expressed its deep concern over the mysterious killing of freedom loving young activist Tariq Ahmad Ganaie of Meemander Shopian by some merciless unknown gunmen and expressed its solidarity and deep sympathy with the bereaved family.
Jama’at also demanded an impartial probe into such killings by some international agency so that the culprits behind these killings are exposed before the public. (KNS)