Mother keeps propagandize uniform prepared usually to find son in shroud
April 19, 2015 - School Uniform
Srinagar, Apr 18: Suhail Ahmad Sofi’s mother, Haleema had kept his propagandize uniform prepared while he went out Saturday morning to endorse either his propagandize was sealed or not overdue to a shutdown call. Little did she know that her son would not be returning alive and that instead of putting on a uniform he would be draped in a shroud.
A category 10th student, Suhail was shot during by a military deputy on a instructions of an Assistant Sub Inspector during Narbal marketplace in a hinterland of Srinagar city. He succumbed to his injuries later.
Eyewitnesses purported that a 16-year-old girl was held by policemen before opening glow during him. They pronounced a bullet-proof mobile fort was on slight patrolling when some boys pelted stones during it. “As shortly as some guns shots were heard, we rushed towards a market. We saw Suhail fibbing in a pool of blood nearby a Narbal roundabout,” pronounced a organisation of youth.
Suhail was rushed to SKIMS Bemina though was announced brought passed by a doctors. He had perceived bullet injuries on his reduce back, causing his death.
His kin purported that a teen was incarcerated by military before he was shot dead. “He was held by a policemen and they were articulate to him for some time. They after asked him to run away. As he reached nearby a devious nearby a Masjid, a few feet divided from policeman, he was shot from behind,” pronounced Suhail’s cousin, Asif Ahmad.
Hundreds of protesters, including men, women and children, were out on a highway when a car carrying Suhail’s physique reached his local encampment Bazar Mohalla Narbal. The atmosphere reverberated with pro-freedom and anti-India slogans. The Srinagar-Baramulla highway had incited into a terrain with indignant protesters hurling stones during a policemen.
Later this year Suhail was going to seem in house exams. He was towering to category 10th after a supervision announced mass graduation following a final year’s floods. Suhail’s father Abdul Ahad Sofi is a late supervision employee. He was operative as a motorist in Social Forestry department. He has 5 siblings.
Women of a area showered flower petals, candies and almonds over his coffin and sung normal ‘wanvun’ songs, routinely sung on joyous occasions like marriages.
After Haleema bid farewell to her son by kissing his forehead, people carried a physique in a way and offering wake (Jenazah) prayers on a highway. Amid tears, sobs and cries, Suhail was laid to rest during his ancestral graveyard.