CM condemns Tral violent incident

SRINAGAR: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has strongly condemned the grenade attack at Tral today in which two civilians were killed and many were injured including an SE and Executive Engineer of R&B Department.
The Chief Minister said it is unfortunate that the attack took place when a Minister had gone to the town to assess the development needs of the area which has remained neglected for decades. She said the vicious cycle of violence which unfortunately has engulfed the State for three decades now needs to be broken to stop the bloodshed and provide a breather to the people who have been choked by it. “How long are we going to suffer like this on human, developmental, economic, educational and social fronts,” she said and added that the we shall have to ponder over for how long this senseless bloodletting is going to consume us.
Mehbooba Mufti conveyed her sympathies with bereaved families of those killed and also wished the injured a speedy recovery.
Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh today condemned the killing of civilians in a grenade attack in Tral township.
Dr Singh termed the attack as cowardly act and frustration of elements inimical to peace to stall development activities in Kashmir.
Dr Singh termed the attack on civilians as an act against humanity and people of Kashmir.
He expressed sympathies with the families of deceased and directed the officials to provide best healthcare to the injured.