On 8th death anniversary, Wamiq’s family says ‘one day Allah will punish murders’ Justice continues to elude victim family

The family of Wamiq Farooq, still waits for justice, a Class 7th student, who was killed after a teargas shell, hit on his head near Gani Memorial Stadium in old Srinagar city during 2010 unrest in valley
Farooq Ahmad told Rising Kashmir that, “My beloved son was not part of any organization; he just was a school kid, from 8 years the wounds are fresh to us, we will do everything for pinning a hope of justice,”
“From 90’s government are doing this massacre to all people, how many young people were killed by the forces, it’s not only my son who became a victim,” Ahmad said.

Farooq Ahmad said our struggle against the murders of Wamiq Farooq will continue, one day we Allah will reward us and will punish the murders of our beloved son,”
Our struggle will continue, we will not look back. Judiciaries, police, government all are corrupted; we don’t expect anything from them.

The nightmares of hope are still with us; Wamiq will come back; days are passing with this hope, we always have wish “one day Wamiq will return from the main entrance gate” waiting for a ray of hope for his return “
“Nobody is safe here, young generations are been killed every day under their bullets, they make people suffer, Allah is watching them, we have only hope left to Allah,” Wamiq father said
Tahafuz-i-Haqooq-i-Insani Committee (THIC) will pay homage and the congregational Fateha Khawani on his 8th death anniversary, which will be heldon Tuesday at Martyrs Graveyard, Eidgah on 31 January 2018.