Demon­stra­tions against In­dia’s anti-Kash­mir plans

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

SRINAGAR—In oc­cu­pied Kash­mir, Tehreek-e-Hur­riyet Jammu and Kash­mir lead­ers in­clud­ing Peer Sai­ful­lah, Muham­mad Yousuf Mu­jahid, Umar Aadil Dar, Rameez Raja, Bashir Ah­mad Qureshi and Mu­dasir Nadvi led a protest rally at Hy­der­pora and shouted slo­gan like jee­way jee­way Pak­istan dur­ing protests against In­dia’s plans of es­tab­lish­ment of sep­a­rate colonies for Kash­miri Pan­dits and re­tired In­dian sol­diers.

Muham­mad Yousuf Naqash and Bi­lal Sidiqui and Abdul Rashid Lone joined the protest demon­stra­tions at Hy­der­pora called by profree­dom lead­er­ship against the anti-Kash­mir poli­cies and RSS agenda in Jammu Kash­mir.

The Awami Action Com­mit­tee lead­ers led protest demon­stra­tions in Nawatta, Maisuma and other ar­eas of the city.

Sev­eral peo­ple were in­jured af­ter In­dian po­lice used brute force and fired tear gas shells and pal­lets on protesters in dif­fer­ent ar­eas of the ter­ri­tory.

Mean­while, Hur­riyet lead­ers, Muham­mad Yousuf Naqash and Bi­lal Sidiqui con­demned ar­rest of Ha­keem Abdul Rashid and said that Kash­miris would never for­give the pup­pet Chief Min­is­ter, Me­hbooba Mufti, for play­ing de­cep­tive pol­i­tics and be­tray­ing the peo­ple.

In a joint state­ment is­sued in Srinagar, they said PDP can­not mis­lead the peo­ple as ev­ery­one knows the real face of this party which is only con­cerned for power. “This party’s lead­ers, like Sheikh Ab­dul­lah, de­ceived the peo­ple of Kash­mir only to get power in char­ity from In­dian masters,” they said.

Naqash and Sid­diqui also con­demned the house de­ten­tion of APHC Chair­man, Syed Ali Gi­lani, Mir­waiz Umar Fa­rooq, Shab­bir Ah­mad Ahmed Shah, Muham­mad Ashraf Sehrai and oth­ers be­sides the de­ten­tion of JKLF Chair­man, Muham­mad Yasin Ma­lik, and termed it un­demo­cratic act by the pup­pet regime.

They also de­nounced the ar­rest of Bashir Ah­mad Andrabi who was on Thurs­day evening picked up by po­lice and lodged in Lal Bazar po­lice sta­tion.—KMS

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