Join protests: Hurriyat (G) to Imams, lawyers, doctors
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Srinagar, July 23: Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani has urged people to strictly act upon its already announced programmes on Friday and Saturday and make these successful.
In a statement today, the Hurriyat spokesman Peer Saifullah urged the imams of Masjids, lawyers and doctors to participate in the demonstrations to show it to the world that they are a part of the ongoing struggle.
He urged Imams to take steps for the constitution of Biat-ul-Mal Committees in their respective areas and provide necessary assistance in terms of cash and kind to the poor and other deserving people.
Meanwhile, Saifullah alleged the police were arresting the youth and demanding “huge amounts” from parents for their release. He asked police to desist from such “unethical and devilish practice.”
Meanwhile, the Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir, while reacting to the state Congress president Saif-ud-Din Soz’s statement about dialogue, said if India was really sincere about resolving Kashmir issue through dialogue, it should first of all declare Jammu Kashmir as a dispute and express readiness to hold tripartite talks to work out suitable and acceptable solution to this issue.
Tehreek squarely blamed National Conference leadership for all woes of Kashmiris.
Meanwhile, Muslim League Jammu Kashmir has strongly condemned the police raid on its head office, Raj Bagh, during the intervening night of July 21/22. It alleged that the police had ransacked all the goods in the office.
Meanwhile, Jammu Kashmir Mass Movement has also appealed to the people participate in Friday and Saturday programmes given by the Hurriyat and make these successful.
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