‘Govt trying to foil UN march’
Mirwaiz under house arrest
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 26: The Hurriyat Conference (M) today accused the government of trying to foil its UN office chalo march on Wednesday by arresting several of its activists and putting the senior leaders including its Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, under house arrest.
A Hurriyat spokesman said while the police placed Mirwaiz under house arrest since yesterday evening, its senior leader Bilal Gani Lone has been confined to his house from today morning.
A posse of police also went to the house of Hurriyat leader Shahid-ul-Islam at Sanatnagar, however he was not present there.
The spokesman said the police have arrested several of its leaders and activists including Musadiq Adil, Hakeem Abdul Rashid, Prof Habibullah Jeelani and Peer Ghulam Nabi.
The spokesman strongly condemned the crackdown on the conglomerate terming it as government’s frustration. “This is an act of sheer political vengeance. We urge the people to march along with the Hurriyat leaders from the respective districts to the UN office here,” he said.
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