Hurriyat (M) threatens Valley-wide agitation
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 4: The Hurriyat Conference (M) on Tuesday threatened to launch a Valley-wide agitation if authorities continued with their ‘repressive’ policies against the pro-freedom leaders, a spokesman of the conglomerate said in a statement here.
“New Delhi and the state government are employing all repressive methods and inhuman tactics to suppress the ongoing struggle of oppressed people of Jammu Kashmir. Under the cover of infamous black laws, they are using extra-judicial methods and writing the black history of human rights abuses,” the spokesman said.
“Hurriyat leaders, Shabir Ahmad Shah and Nayeem Ahmad Khan, have been booked under Public Safety Act (PSA) on numerous occasions in last two years. They have been detained to prevent them from carrying out pro-freedom activities.
“The government is trying to break the valour and determination of the leaders, but it won’t succeed in its designs,” he added.
The spokesman also condemned the arrest of Umar Nabi Zargar of Qalamdanpora , Nawab Bazar, Srinagar, and his shifting to some unknown place.
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