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Mehbooba Mufti visits home of cop killed in Barzulla attack

Jammu and Kashmir, Oct 23 (ANI): PDP President Mehooba Mufti addressing media during a press conference at her residence in Srinagar on Friday. (ANI Photo)

“How long Kashmiri’s will witness this bloodshed,” Mehbooba asks GOI

Srinagar, Feb 20: PDP President and Former chief minister erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday visited the home of the policemen in Ashmuqam area of Anantnag district, who was among the two killed in the militant attack in Baghat Barzulla area of Srinagar on Friday and offered her condolences.

As per News Agency, speaking to the media, she said that Government of India should think how long people of Kashmiri will pay their lives & witness this bloodshed adding that GOI should come forward for the peaceful resolution of Kashmir issue and help stop such destruction.

Mehbooba Mufti visited the home of Constable Suhail Ahmad located in Logripora area of Aishmuqam Anantnag, who was killed along with another police cop Mohammad Yousuf, in a hit-and-run attack by militants in Srinagar on Saturday.

She said that the BJP government should start a dialogue process either here or with Pakistan as every time BJP is claiming Pakistan is behind this bloodshed.

She said these measures need to be taken so that this Bloodshed will see an end in J&K.

She added that graveyards in Kashmir have filled up with the mortal remains of People due to the Kashmir issue.

 

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