House ar­rests, de­ten­tions can’t dent Kash­mir strug­gle: TeH

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

SRINAGAR —Tehreek-e-Hur­riyet Jammu and Kash­mir (TeH) has strongly de­nounced the con­tin­ued house ar­rest and il­le­gal de­ten­tions of its lead­ers in their houses and in dif­fer­ent po­lice sta­tions across the ter­ri­tory.

The TeH in a state­ment is­sued in Srinagar said that the pup­pet author­i­ties con­tin­ued to keep the party leader, Peer Sai­ful­lah, un­der house ar­rest for the past three days. It said that the author­i­ties had de­tained other lead­ers in­clud­ing Syed Imtiyaz Haider, Fayyaz Ahmed Daas, Aashiq Hus­sain Nar­chor, Shab­bir Ahmed Baba, Aadil Ahmed Waggey, Ish­faq Ahmed Kot­wal, Faizan Hakeem, Daniyal and Mush­taq Ahmed Harra in var­i­ous po­lice sta­tions.

The state­ment said that Indian po­lice had shifted Sha­keel Ahmed Thokar to some undis­closed des­ti­na­tion and his fam­ily mem­bers had se­ri­ous ap­pre­hen­sions about his safety.

The TeH state­ment termed these de­ten­tions as po­lit­i­cal vendetta by Indian stooges. It said that such pres­sure tac­tics had failed to sup­press the re­solve of Kash­miri peo­ple to con­tinue their lib­er­a­tion strug­gle dur­ing the past os­ver sixty seven years and would meet the same fate in the fu­ture as well. It said that the on­go­ing free­dom move­ment would be con­tin­ued till it reached its log­i­cal con­clu­sion. in view of the so-called elections saying that these sham polls con­ducted un­der the shadow of gun

He said that Ad­vo­cate Fayaz Ah­mad Soda­gar and En­gi­neer Fa­rooq Ah­mad Khan would rep­re­sent

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