Srinagar: The National Conference on Monday held a protest rally in Srinagar demanding an end to ‘killing spree of Kashmiris’ and rollback of the government’s decision to treat J&K Bank as a Public Sector Undertaking (PSU).
NC workers, led by senior leader and the party general secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar took out a rally from Nawa-i-Subh to J&K bank corporate headquarters in Srinagar.
Sagar, while speaking to reporters said that a ‘war has been waged against the unarmed Kashmiris.’
“A 20-month-old infant is being targeted with pellets who is on the brink of losing eye-sight. We too are humans and should be treated like humans. The killing of innocents in Kashmir is further alienating Kashmiris,” said Sagar.
Regarding the decision of treating JK Bank as a PSU, Sagar said that such attacks on the autonomy of the state will not be tolerated.
“First they attacked our financial autonomy through GST regime and now by turning J&K bank into a PSU. The people of Kashmir won’t tolerate any such attack on our autonomy,” Sagar said.