J&K: mob beat DSP Mohammed Ayub Pandit to death family ask, are we fighting for this freedom
Jammu: At around 12 o'clock in midnight on Thursday-Friday in Jammu and Kashmir, a mob beat up Mohammed Ayub Pandit, a Deputy Superintendent of Jammu and Kashmir, outside Jamia Mosque of Nahatta. The state's Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has condemned this as a shameful act. They have warned the Kashmiri people not to make the security forces more angry. Since this incident, the police officer's family and close relatives are unable to believe this. A close relative of Ayub said, "What situation have we reached that without any reason we kill any person outside the mosque? In what religion is this all taught? "
In a conversation with the Hindustan Times, the woman's relative said, "Is this the freedom that we are fighting for so that we can kill people? What will we do with this kind of freedom? "The way in which they (DSP) was killed have surprised every people. She said that the police officer has not been killed by the hands of terrorists or army personnel, but the mob killed her. Those people took the life of an innocent man, the woman asked the Hurriyat leaders what kind of society have they made in Kashmir. Referring to the murdered officer Pandit's wife and children, she said the crowd has not taken the life of a person but has killed three more people along with them. Our children are orphans now.
CM Mehbooba Mufti warns
After paying tribute to the police officer, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said that there can be no more shameful event than this. She said that our police deal with people very polite way. If this kind of treatment is done with the policemen then the patience of the policemen will also be broken and then they will respond to these people in their own way. If the police responded, then it might not be that the old time would come again and people would have to flee if they saw a police vehicle on the streets. Giving information about the death of the officer, DGP SP Ved told that two accused have been arrested so far, and others are also trying to seize them. All the people involved in killing the officer will have to face the law.