Hurriyat (G) concerned over detainees’ plight
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Srinagar, Mar 2: Hurriyat Conference (G) today expressed serious concern over the plight of detainees in different jails.
In a statement, Hurriyat spokesman said the pro-freedom detainees in Kot Bhalwal Jail, Jammu, were allegedly not provided proper food and medical facilities as a result of which several of them were suffering from serious ailments.
“The health of Hurriyat general secretary, Ghulam Nabi Sumji, who was already suffering from different ailments, further deteriorated due to non-provision of proper food and medicare in jail. His family members are concerned about his health,” he said.
Hurriyat warned that if anything untoward happened to any detainee, the onus would lie on the government and jail authorities.
Meanwhile, Hurriyat has termed as frustration the indiscriminate arrest of its leaders and activists. “Such vile and inhuman tactics by the government would not deter the pro-freedom people from pursuing their struggle,” he said.
Meanwhile, Muslim League at a meeting held with its acting chairman, Abdul Ahad Parra in chair, condemned the police raids on its central office here and seizure of important documents. It also condemned the raids on the residences of its leaders and activists, terming it “political vengeance.”
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