SRINAGAR: Terming CID report regarding central jail Srinagar as most illogical, ridiculous and bundle of lies, Joint Resistance Leadership has said that following recent escape of an inmate from SMHS hospital, so-called rulers, their agencies and police have started panelizing political prisoners and other inmates especially at central jail Srinagar.
In a statement issued to KNB, JRL leaders said that after a series of false and concocted reports by some journalists, bias Indian media channels and papers, dozens of innocent political inmates have been shifted to outside valley jails but to tighten noose against other inmates ridiculous reports are being framed and spread through media and other means.
JRL said CID has today released a report in media in which it has said that central jail Srinagar is being used as main recruitment hub by militants and youth are being selected and lured from here to joint armed struggle.
Terming CID report blaming traditional Ameer-I-Zindan institution for all mess and terming it as a parallel administration running and facilitating militancy as a blatant lie, JRL said that from Mahaz-I-Raishumari days in 1960’s, Ameer-I-Zindan institution has been a forum facilitating good relations between jail authorities and inmates and often this forum has benefited Jail authorities to run jails smoothly but today this forum is also being slandered to inflict more trouble on Kashmiri inmates.
“So-called chief minister Mehbooba Mufti recently warned Kashmiris of bringing thousands guns for their one and establishing new forces camps and torture centers. We want to tell her that go ahead and repeat what your father did in 1990 and inflict miseries on Kashmiris but you will find our resistance going strong day by day (Insha-Allah). JRL said that Kashmiri resistance movement against Indian occupation is a people’s movement and oppressive measures and suppression can not deter Kashmiris from pursuing the path of freedom and resistance and today we want to reiterate our pledge to take forward the mission of Martyrs to its desired goal,” the statement reads.