Nayeem’s release welcomed
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 27: Various pro-freedom parties and leaders have expressed happiness over the release of Hurriyat leader and National Front chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, describing it a welcome development.
Khan was released on court orders on Tuesday from Central Jail here, after four months.
Hurriyat (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Moulvi Muhammad Farooq, while expressing happiness over the release, described it as welcome step. Mirwaiz visited Nayeem’s residence on Thursday and felicitated him. He hoped that the government would end the ‘unjustified’ detentions and set in motion the process of releasing all pro-freedom detainees.
The JK Salvation Movement chairman, Zaffar Akbar Bhat, hoped that all other detainees would be released to make the atmosphere congenial for resolution of Kashmir issue.
Earlier, JKSM leaders visited Khan’s residence and felicitated him.
Democratic Liberation Party president, Hashim Qureshi, demanded immediate release of other detainees including Shabir Ahmad Shah, who is suffering from different ailments.
Addressing workers and office-bearers, he demanded immediate revocation PSA and AFSPA.
Muslim Khawateen Markaz chairperson, Yasmeen Raja described Nayeem’s release a welcome development and hoped that government would release all the detainees.
Expressing happiness over Nayeem’s release, the Islamic Political Party chief patron, Muhammad Yousuf Naqash today hoped that all other detainees including Shabir Ahmad Shah would also be released without further delay.
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