Javed Rana visits Kotranka, demands establishing of Truth and Reconciliation commission.
Expressed solidarity with the bereaved families

Kotranka,Aug 17: Senior National Leader and Former MLA Mendhar, Javed Ahmed Rana today paid a visit to Kotranka,Darhal, to express solidarity with the families of young boys who were allegedly killed last month in Shopian.

Expressing anguish over the killings of young boys, Rana demands establishment of Truth and Reconciliation Commission to extract truth behind such unfortunate incidents.Whether it’s exodus of Kashmiri Pandits or incidents where innocents have been killed(Jawans or Civilians )or those who are missing from last 3 decades,the people of militancy hit Union Territory have every right to know the truth.

Rana said it’s heart wrenching to see the young boys including the Jawans of Police and Army are being killed everyday. This bloodshed has to be stopped some day. We just cannot allow these killings to take place in Jammu and Kashmir anymore.
Rana urged the leadership of both the countries to amicably solve this 74 years old problem.

People of Jammu and Kashmir want peace and all around development but that is simply not possible until and unless the situation in the valley improves. He further said that the government should also take note of this situation and establish a commission which can bring out the truth.

Rana also praised the efforts of local police, which didn’t waste much time to take DNA samples of the young boys from Shopian, where they are buried.

NC leader demands justice for the young boys and their families. Govt. should come out and extend a hand of help to these families so to ease off their burden, at the very least.

Those who also spoke on the occasion were Hakim Din Choudhary Sarpanch, Adv. Mohd. Ayaz Zaki, District Secretary National Conference, Guftar Ahmed Choudhary, Social Activist.

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