Executive meet inconclusive
Srinagar, Jan 20: The Hurriyat Conference (M) couldn’t reach to any consensus on restructuring process on Wednesday as some constituents of the conglomerate have yet to submit their proposals, sources told Greater Kashmir.
They said Peoples League, which has membership in Executive Council and four General Council parties are yet to submit their suggestions for restructuring.
“Nothing came out of today’s meet. The Hurriyat chairman (Mirwaiz Umar Farooq) expressed serious concern over leakage of proposals of some constituents to media,” sources added.
Mirwaiz said the restructuring of Hurriyat was a ‘lengthy process’. “The process has started and we had threadbare discussions today. We will have two meetings every week till the process is completed,” he told GK.
“At the end we will have joint session of Executive and General Council. Having advisory council outside the ambit of the Hurriyat is one of the proposals we have received. Also a suggestion regarding involvement of Kashmiri Diaspora in the freedom movement has been received,” he revealed.
Mirwaiz reiterated that whatever decision comes, that would be taken in the interest of movement. “Even we would welcome suggestions from parties outside Hurriyat in the interest of movement,” he said.
The Hurriyat chairman also briefed the Executive Council members about their recent Delhi trip, where they met Pakistan National Assembly Speaker, Fehmida Mirza, and diplomats of various countries.
Wednesday Hurriyat meeting was attended by Prof Abdul Gani Bhat, Shabir Ahmad Shah, Bilal Gani Lone, Agha Syed Hassan Mosvi, Maulana Abbas Ansari, Mushtaq Ahmad Waza while Musadiq Adil represented Fazal-Haq Quershi.
The members condemned the killings in Dalgate, Sopur and Varmul and termed these as acts of “state terrorism.”
“Such killings would derail the situation in Kashmir and all responsibility lies on government. We appealed to the people to observe January 26 as black day against the barbaric acts of India troops in Kashmir,” a spokesman of the Hurriyat said.
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