Conspiracy hatched to sabotage movement: Aasiya
‘OBSERVE SHUTDOWN, STAGE PEACEFUL SIT-IN TODAY’
Srinagar, Aug 8: The Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat Syeda Aasiya Andrabi on Sunday said some vested interests had hatched a conspiracy to suppress the ‘Quit Jammu and Kashmir Movement’.
In a statement, Aasiya said some vested interests were trying to give communal colour to the movement. “I appeal to members of minority community not to pay heed to divisive acts of the vested interest who are frustrated by the success of the movement,” Aasiya said.
“Islam teaches us to maintain harmony with people of all religions,” she maintained.
Aasiya urged the people to observe complete shutdown on Monday as per the Hurriyat (G) program. “I make a fervent appeal to people to lock their houses and stage peaceful sit-in on roads in their respective areas,” she said.
She criticised former chief minister Dr Farooq Abdullah for his alleged misbehaviour with Kashmiri students.
“The behaviour of Farooq Abdullah towards the youth there is condemnable as it shows how frustrated he is in dealing with people of Valley. He (Dr Farooq) scolded the youth out to sought his help in their return after flash floods,” she said.
Aasiya urged people to observe shutdown and stage peaceful sit-in on Monday.
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