Hurriyat (M) signature campaign in full swing
Srinagar: J&K Ittihadul Muslimeen, a constituent of Hurriyat (M) today launched the signature campaign in the Shahr-e-Khas areas here in which large number of people participated.
The campaign was launched earlier this month by Hurriyat to draw the attention of the United States president, Barrack Obama who is visiting India next week.
In a statement, Hurriyat’s Executive Council member, Moulana Masroor Ansari asked the workers to streamline the campaign and launch it in all the areas of the State.
Meanwhile, the Hurriyat’s executive member, Agha Syed Hassan Almousvi Alsafvi kick started the campaign in Budgam. Meanwhile, the signature campaign was also launched in the Pakistan Administered Kashmir.
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