'You Killed Someone Who Loved His Kashmir And Wanted To See It Happy': Martyred J&K Policeman's Family Writes Open Letter To Terrorists

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Two days after J & K sub-inspector, Imtiyaz Ahmad Mir received martyrdom in Pulwana, his family members wrote an open letter on Facebook, addressing to the terrorists who killed him

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:

Two days after Imtiyaz Ahmad Mir, a sub-inspector with the Jammu and Kashmir Police, was martyred following a terrorist encounter, his family members wrote an open letter on social networking platform, addressing it to the terrorists who killed him. The title of the letter reads: “A open letter to the murderers of Sub Inspector Mir Imtiaz”

In the letter, the writer said:

“Do u know wen u killed Imtiaz you killed a loving son of an aged mother.. A obedient son of an old father.. Their only hope of old-age... U killed a brother who was the only support of his brother and sister.. U killed every dream of a young girl whom he wanted to marry. U killed the most God fearing man... U killed a deeply religious man whose every endeavour was to offer Sallah in time... Who would never ever miss even a single Roza in d month of Ramadan.”

Later, the writer went onto express about the martyred police officer’s love for Kashmir in the post:

"Most importantly, you killed someone who loved his Kashmir and it's people like anything...Whose only wish was to see a happy Kashmir. U killed a man who just wanted to visit his family.. His aged parents and his trouble stricken sister.”

Here is the full letter:

READ: 'They Have To Prove That They Also Exist, And That Is Why They Are Doing This': Army Chief Bipin Rawat Hits Out At The Cowardice Of Terrorists

Sub-Inspector Imtiyaz Ahmad Mir of Criminal Investigation Department wing of the police in Srinagar's Sheergadi was shot dead in a terror attack at Wahibug in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Sunday. The Kashmir Zone Police confirmed his death through Twitter:

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Bipin Rawat also condemned the attack stating that such activities are undertaken by terrorists only to prove their existence.

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