Masrat condemns Aasiya’s arrest
Srinagar, Aug 28: The Hurriyat Conference (G) general secretary, Masrat Alam Saturday condemned the arrest of Dukhtaran-i-Milat chief Asiya Andrabi and underscored the need for creation of resistance culture.
In a statement, Masrat termed Asiya’s arrest a loss to the ongoing freedom movement and maintained that despite arrests protest would continue.
Masrat appealed people to make the evening programs successful including opening of shops from 5 PM and volunteer themselves for cleaning of garbage program.
“To negate the perception that ongoing movement has affected the education of our children he appealed the students to concentrate on their studies at home and obtain good marks than usual,” Masrat said adding the students should accept the challenge and show to the world that despite the “ongoing wave of suppression and coercion inflicted by India on Kashmiri people they were dedicated towards their studies.”
Masrat said Hurriyat conference maintains that education was paramount for the future of every state.
Terming the imposition of curfew on “Youm-i-Badr” interference in the religious rights of Muslims, Masrat said the state government was hell bent to make the protest calendar unsuccessful.
“The state government was accountable for 65 deaths, arrest of 1500 youth and injuring hundreds in ongoing protests,” he said.
“India has to leave Kashmir and Quit Kashmir Movement (QKM) was to make people aware about the facts of suppression on Kashmiri people,” he said.
He said no one would be allowed to bring in any diversion in the QKM programs.
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