TRC calls off strike, threatens of mass protests if justice not done
Trehgam, July 14: Trehgam Resistance Committee on Monday said that there will be no strikes from Tuesday (14th July) onwards and appealed people of Kupwara to resume their normal life.
A big procession of around five thousand people was taken out on Monday from Trehgam to Doolipora graveyard where people in large numbers offered Fateh Khawani and prayed for the bereaved soul. The procession was addressed by senior leader of JKLF and chairman of Trehgam Resistance committee SM Afzal, MLC of Panthers Party Rafiq Shah, Dr Hafizullah Pir, District Bar President Bashir Ahmed Dar and Senior Academic Sikandar Malik.
Addressing the people, the local Resistance Committee formed to spearhead the campaign seeking justice for Shaheed Aamina made it clear that people of the area will resist hard if government tried to washout the facts. They said that one of the culprits was arrested from TR160 Battalion of Indian forces based in Trehgam, his identity card and mobile phone were also recovered from the room where body of Shaheed Amina was later found. They said that the house of Shaheed Amina Masoodi was cordoned off by armed forces during the time of the incident.
The Committee demanded immediate withdrawal of armed forces from the area and arrest of other troopers who were accompanying the trooper on the night Shaheed Aamina was martyred. The committee also demanded the details of the medical report which was yet to be made public. The Resistance Committee warned of huge protests if the authorities failed to take necessary actions against the troopers.