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Jamaat leader, brothers of terrorists repose faith in democracy
Urge all misguided youth to shun path of violence, join mainstream
5/20/2024 10:37:11 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 20: Family members of terrorists have made an appeal for peace and democratic participation in Kashmir.
Rouf Lone, brother of the dreaded Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorist Umar Lone, and Dawood, brother of top LeT terrorist Bilal Ahmed, both emphasized the importance of youth involvement in the electoral process.
Rouf Lone urged all misguided youth to shun the path of violence and join the mainstream. He expressed faith in the democratic system and encouraged young people to cast their votes for the development of their respective areas. Similarly, Dawood, after casting his vote in Sopore, called upon people to exercise their right to franchise for better development.
Dawood’s two other brothers are currently in jail for terrorist-related activities, and he appealed to the government for their releas
Rouf Lone, brother of LeT terrorist Umar Lone, and Dawood, brother of another terrorist Bilal Ahmed, both emphasized on the importance of youth becoming a part of the electoral process.
They expressed faith in the democratic system and encouraged young people to cast their votes for the development of their respective areas.
Rouf Lone, while raising his ink-marked finger, urged his brother Umar to surrender in the interest of peace.
A senior Jamaat leader also expressed faith in Indian democracy and asked the youth to participate in the democratic process.
. Rouf Lone, raising his ink-marked finger, also urged his brother Umar to surrender in the interest of peace.
Umar’s mother had previously made a similar appeal.
Meanwhile, a senior leader of the Jamaat-e-Islami also expressed faith in Indian democracy and asked the youth to participate in the democratic process.
Reflecting on the infamous 1987 rigged assembly elections, Ghulam Qadir Lone, former general secretary of the banned Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI), expressed hope that such dark chapters would not be repeated. He stressed the need for free and fair elections and called upon Kashmiri youth to participate actively in the electoral process.
Lone’s statements come amidst a charged political atmosphere in Kashmir, with various stakeholders advocating for greater democratic participation and transparency in the electoral process.
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