Asks militants to move ahead on path to dignified peace
Srinagar: Minister for Public Works and government spokesman, Naeem Akhter on Tuesday said that the lynching of Deputy Superintendent, Ayub Pandit was repeated on his anniversary by killing two cops in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
Reacting to the killing of two cops in a militant attack in Pulwama district, Naeem took to twitter and said that perpetrators of the act are worst enemies of Kashmir, its people and Islam. He also questioned silence of Mirwaiz in post.
“Repeat of shameful lynching of DSP Ayub Pandit, on his anniversary. Perpetrators worst enemies of Kashmir, it's people, Islam. Stupid to think guns looted after killing humans Will arm them enough to fight any successful war. Silence? @MirwaizKashmir,” Naeem tweeted.
Meanwhile, Naeem while reacting over the meeting of Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, said that the ‘brave’ boys here could only think of killing two cops to loot the weapons in the scared night.
He also said that it is a time to look beyond the futile beaten track, into future of possibilities. “Think out of box guys; move ahead on path to dignified peace. Make history not tragedies,” he said.
“At such a historic moment our 'brave ' boys could think only of killing 2 cops to loot 2 guns in holy night. Time to look beyond the futile beaten track, into future of possibilities. Think out of box guys, move ahead on path to dignified peace. Make history not tragedies,” he tweeted.