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Srinagar: 16 June :- A funeral was organized on Friday in the Krii village of Baramulla district on the death of chief editor of Sujat Bukhari, a reporter of Jammu and Kashmir and editor of Rising Kashmir. At that time, thousands of people sent them to the Nayana.
In remote villages in the Kashmir valley, readers, readers had come to see their last glimpse. National Conference leader Omar Abdullah and the PDP and BJP ministers went to Christian’s home and comforted the family members of Bukhari. Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and Governor of Jammu and Kashmir N.K. N. Vohra also strongly condemned the murder of Bukhari. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that the central government is committed to break the terrorism in Kashmir.

Press Guild of India and several reporter organizations across the country have also condemned the murder of Shuja’e Budle. Journalists said the attack was on the media. Journalists in Kashmir have found it very difficult to work there and pressurize them while giving news and releasing some news
Journalists say that threats are made for not doing so. (News agency)

Abhinav Daryanjali: Journalists of the Raising Kashmir newspaper continue their work even after the assassination of the chief editors. On the first page of this newspaper, which was published on Friday morning, Bukhari was puffed up in a unique form. On the dark background, Bukhari’s leafy photograph was published. ‘We will not stagger any number of hardships if it comes. This newspaper has said that we should never bow down to the dead people who killed Bukhari.

The murder of Bukhari
CPI (M) leader M. Madhusudan Mistry said that it is an assault on the freedom of the media. Y Tarigami said. Bukhari and one of the two defense guards are Rising Kashmir in Srinagar
The bullets were shot outside the English newspaper’s office on Thursday. Kulgam MLA M. Y Tarigami has said that no questions will be asked by the killing of journalists. On the contrary, those questions will be more serious.

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