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Prominent Concerned Citizens Condemn Attack on Amarnath Yatris in Kashmir

by , 11 Jul 2017
The Concerned Citizens Group,including Wajahat Habibullah,  Yashwant Sinha,  Kapil Kak,  Manish Tewari,  Badri Raina,  Aruna Roy,  Sushobha Barve,  Bharat Bhushan and others have,  in a statement on condemned, in the strongest terms the barbaric attack on the AmarnathYatris in Anantnagyesterday.The  CCG has expressed and its deepest condolences to the bereaved families." The terrorists who have indulged in this dastardly act have completely misread the mood of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and the rest of India," the statement says.
 
Further the statement reads:
 
We are not going to be cowed down by such acts of cowardice which only strengthens our resolve to find resolution of issues, however complicated, through peaceful means and through the democratic process of dialogue. Violence can never be justified as a method of resolving such issues.
                                 
We once again call upon those who believe in violence as a tool either in Jammu and Kashmir or across it to abandon this perilous path, abjure violence and militancy and stop taking innocent lives. We also call upon the governments of Jammu and Kashmir and India to take whatever steps necessary to ensure that there is no recurrence of such incidents in future.
 

Prominent Concerned Citizens Condemn Attack on Amarnath Yatris in Kashmir

The Concerned Citizens Group,including Wajahat Habibullah,  Yashwant Sinha,  Kapil Kak,  Manish Tewari,  Badri Raina,  Aruna Roy,  Sushobha Barve,  Bharat Bhushan and others have,  in a statement on condemned, in the strongest terms the barbaric attack on the AmarnathYatris in Anantnagyesterday.The  CCG has expressed and its deepest condolences to the bereaved families." The terrorists who have indulged in this dastardly act have completely misread the mood of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and the rest of India," the statement says.
 
Further the statement reads:
 
We are not going to be cowed down by such acts of cowardice which only strengthens our resolve to find resolution of issues, however complicated, through peaceful means and through the democratic process of dialogue. Violence can never be justified as a method of resolving such issues.
                                 
We once again call upon those who believe in violence as a tool either in Jammu and Kashmir or across it to abandon this perilous path, abjure violence and militancy and stop taking innocent lives. We also call upon the governments of Jammu and Kashmir and India to take whatever steps necessary to ensure that there is no recurrence of such incidents in future.
 

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