TeH, Jama’at, ML happy over Sehrai’s release
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Srinagar, Apr 10: Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir, at a meeting held here with Peer Saifullah in chair, expressed happiness over the release of its general secretary Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai after long incarceration.
“Sehrai has become an example and model for the freedom loving people of Jammu Kashmir. He has spent most part of his life in jails, enduring trails and tribulation with patience and steadfastness. He was denied medical aid in jails as a result of which his health has alarmingly deteriorated,” said a spokesman of the Tehreek in a statement today.
The members expressed full confidence in the leadership of Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai, saying that they had the potential to lead the nation in right direction to its destination. They demanded immediate release of Hurriyat leaders including Gen Musa, Mir Hafizullah, Ghulam Nabi Sumjhi, Shabir Ahmad Shah, Masrat Alam Bhat, Nayeem Ahmad Khan , Bilal Ahmad, Zaffar Habib Dar, Manzoor Ahmad Khan, Ashiq Hussain and Muhammad Yousuf Mir.
Meanwhile, Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir and Muslim League Jammu Kashmir have expressed happiness over the release of Muhammad Ashraf Sehria.
“A delegation of Jama’at headed by its Ameer Sheikh Muhammad Hassan visited the residence of its senior member Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai and felicitated him on his release after long incarceration,” said a spokesman of Jama’at in a statement today, asking the government to release all the Kashmiri detainees.
Meanwhile, Hurriyat Conference (G) has expressed serious concern over, what it called, the harassment and arrest of interviewers of Kashmiri detainees outside the Central Jail, Srinagar, and Kot Balwal Jail, Jammu, terming it highly condemnable.
“The government should bear in mind that such repressive acts will not demoralise the detainees and other freedom loving people,” said a spokesman of the Hurriyat in a statement today.
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