Aasiya asks employees to protest today
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Srinagar, July 18: The chairperson of Duktaran-e-Millat, Syeda Aasiya Andrabi on Sunday appealed the employees to strictly adhere to already announced program and stage protests on Monday.
In a statement, Aasiya said it was the responsibility of the employees’ associations of to make the programme successful.
“The employees should whole-heatedly participate in the protest programmes and show to that world that people of Kashmir are united in fighting the oppression and denial of rights. It is the responsibility of all Kashmiris right from a street vendor to officer to lend support to the just movement,” she said.
She appealed the people to observe a complete shutdown on Monday.
Aasiya said she has directed her party cadres to activate relief committees in their respective localities and help the needy and poor.
She also appealed the people to pray for speedy recovery of Hurriyat (G) chairman, Syed Ali Shah Geelani.
She said senior pro-freedom leaders including Shabir Ahmad Shah, Nayeem Khan, president and general secretary of High Court Bar Association, Mian Abdul Qayoom and G N Shaheen have been booked under PSA “as they raised voice against the oppression and supported the movement”.
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