Srinagar: Lawyers club Kashmir executive committee meeting held at its head office in Srinagar headed by its head Babar Qadri to take stock the present situation of Jammu and Kashmir and recent incident on LOC in which several civilians have been killed. The lawyer’s body unanimously condemned the killings of civilians on LOC and expressed grief on the innocent killings on Wednesday. A statement was issued to media after meeting said, “Today in its executive committee meeting held at its head office the lawyer’s body the president stressed that the surgical strikes, border security, beheadings and killings on both the sides wouldn’t come to an end unless both the countries sit together and settle the issue amicably.
The division of subcontinent was done in a fashion that the two new born would always keep on fighting; Kashmir has been kept as bone of contention by western powers so that the two fighters would always be a consumer field for manufacturing powers. Still we have a chance to relieve subcontinent from agony and dance of death and destruction by addressing the sufferings of Kashmiri people. At last the lawyer’s body held a fatiha khawni in favour of the youth killed in Kashmir conflict. The special prayers were held in favor of maternal grandfather of Muzamil Ayoub Thakur and maternal uncle of advocate Iftikhar Qadri, as both of them passed away recently.
According to ISPR, 3 Pakistani soldiers valiantly embraced shahadat at Line on Control while responding to Indian unprovoked firing. Shaheed include Capt Taimoor Ali Khan, Havildar Mushtaq Hussain and Lance Naik Ghulam Hussain. 7 Indian soldiers are confirmed dead in retaliatory fire. It may be mentioned here that in order to distract attention from real issue of their atrocities in Indian held Kashmir by Indian troops they are now targeting civilian’s population across loc towards Pakistan side
Indian troops hit a passenger coaster with small and big arms in the town of Lawat, killing nine passengers and injuring 11 others. According to details a total of 10 Pakistani civilians were killed on Wednesday, and 18 others wounded in Indian shelling. “A coaster was on its way to Muzaffarabad. Lawat is located some 90 kilometres northeast of here in the upper belt of Neelum Valley. It came under small and big fire in which 9 passengers were killed.