National Front condemns prolonging of incarceration of Nayeem Khan, others

Jammu Kashmir National Front has strongly condemned the acts of prolonging the detention of those languishing in Tihar jail including its chairman, Nayeem Khan. The party said that even after passing one and a half year, agencies have not succeeded in proving anything against the said imprisoned leaders.

The National Front spokesman said in a statement that party chairman, Nayeem Khan, senior resistance leaders Shabir Shah, Altaf Ahmad Shah, Peer Saifullah, Ayaz Akbar, Mairaj ul din Kalwal, Shahid ul Islam, Farooq Ahmad Dar alias Bitta Karratay, Syeda Aasia Andrabi, Fehmeeda Sofi, Nahida Nasreen, Zahoor Wattali (Businessman) and others including the two sons of Syed Salahuddin are languishing in Tihar jail and agencies have miserably failed to prove anything against them despite producing so called charge sheets in courts. The irony is that courts did not release Farooq Dar even on his mother’s death recently which proves that Kashmiris are facing political revenge at every level.

He said that it is more painful that courts are taking too long in completing the trial of the incarcerated leaders who have been arrested in fake and fabricated cases either by agencies . The courts, it seems are being deceived by the agencies successfully get one after another dates for trials from courts. This is how the incarceration of the resistance leaders including Nayeem Khan is being prolonged and justice is continuously denied.

The National Front spokesman strongly condemned the fresh arrests of leaders in Srinagar and booking them in notorious acts. He said that authorities have already booked all the jails in and outside Jammu Kashmir and fresh arrests are being made to curb and crush the deep rooted political aspirations of the people. However, New Delhi has repeatedly experienced that after every suppressive measure, the freedom sentiment of Kashmiri people has come clearer and people have even strongly demanded the resolution of the long pending Kashmir dispute.

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