Hurriyat (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani said Chief Minister Omar Abdullah was directly responsible for the killing of a youth in Handwara. Geelani went on to say that Omar should be tried for war crimes. Meanwhile, Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front said the chief ministers claims to punish the guilty Army men are "hollow" until the troopers enjoy immunity under Armed Forces Special Powers Act. As the head of the Unified Command Omar Abdullah should be held accountable for the murders committed by the army and other government forces and tried before the International War Crimes Tribunal, Geelani told a local news gathering agency, KNS over phone from New Delhi. He also rejected government probe into the incident, saying the move was meant to hoodwink the people. This drama of ordering probes and inquiries has been staged many a times in the past with the investigation files gathering dust. That is why we demand an impartial probe into the incident and trial for war crimes against Omar Abdullah, Geelani said. In a statement issued here, JKLF spokesman said, "The claims of Omar Abdullah are hollow until the black laws like AFSPA and Disturbed Areas Act are enjoyed by army." The party demanded scrapping of AFSPA to prevent human rights violations in the valley. Jamaat-e-Islami termed the Handwara youths killing as an act of naked aggression against Kashmiri people. The party also denounced the black laws like AFSPA which allow army men to get away with even cold-blooded murders. Jamaat reiterated the demand of scrapping AFSPA and other draconian laws. The party also urged New Delhi to punish armed personnel involved in killings of innocent civilians so as to remove the feeling of insecurity among Kashmiris. Besides, an impartial judicial commission should be set up to probe the Handwara youths killing and all such cases, Jamaat spokesman, Advocate Zahid Ali said. In a separate statement, Hurriyat (G) has condemned the forcible occupation of a hospital in Sopore allegedly by police and paramilitary forces, terming it as a brazen example of hooliganism and highhandedness. The hospital has been forcibly turned into a cantonment which shows that Jammu and Kashmir has been turned into a police state, where armed forces can do anything they wish to, Hurriyat (G) chairman Geelani said, adding that the hospitals occupation has exposed Home Secretary GK Pillais claim of 25 per cent troop reduction in the state. Meanwhile, JKLF leaders paid homage to Advocate Hussein on his death anniversary. Speaking on the occasion, the party leaders condemned the arbitrary arrests of youth. The latest example is the arrest of two teachers who were later on dismissed as well, thus marring their career," party spokesperson said.