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KCCI and Kashmir Fruit Growers’ Union condemn Pahalgam tourist  attack

Ziraat Times News Network

Srinagar, May 18 – The Kashmir Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI) and the Kashmir Valley Fruit Growers Cum Dealers Union, along with the New Kashmir Fruit Association, have strongly condemned the recent attacks on tourists in Pahalgam and a civilian in Shopian. These incidents resulted in the injury of two tourists and the tragic death of a civilian.

In separate statements issued to Ziraat Times, KCCI expressed its deep concern and condemned the attacks, emphasizing the need for a swift investigation to bring the perpetrators to justice. They extended their condolences to the bereaved family and wished for the speedy recovery of the injured tourists. KCCI stressed that such targeted attacks are intended to tarnish the reputation of Kashmir and its thriving tourism industry.

Similarly, the Kashmir Valley Fruit Growers Cum Dealers Union and the New Kashmir Fruit Association also condemned the incident. They highlighted the inhuman nature of the attack, which goes against the principles of all religions. The organizations called for unity against such violence and extended their prayers for the quick recovery of the injured couple.

Bashir Ahmad Basheer, Chairman of the Kashmir Valley Fruit Growers Cum Dealers Union and President of The New Kashmir Fruit Association, echoed these sentiments, stating that acts of violence and aggression have no place in any society. He emphasized the right of every individual to feel safe, particularly tourists who come to experience Kashmir’s culture and beauty.

Both organizations appealed to the authorities to ensure the best possible treatment for the injured and to uphold the safety and security of all visitors to the region. They reaffirmed their commitment to standing against such atrocities and supporting the victims and their families during this difficult time.

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