Masrat for Hyderpora Chalo on Tuesday
Srinagar, Oct 8: The Hurriyat (G) acting general secretary, Masrat Alam Bhat has appealed to the people to make it to Hyderpora, here on October 12, Tuesday, to remove, what he said, the forcible restrictions on Qaid-i-Inqalab, Syed Ali Shah Geelani.
“It has become a routine for police to conduct crackdowns, carry out nocturnal raids and effect arrests. They have placed the Geelani under house arrest since Eid and nobody is allowed to come out or go inside his house. They have literary made his house a jail. We need to rise to the occasion and resist these atrocities and scuttle the nefarious plans,” he said, according to a statement, appealing people to march towards Hyderpora on Tuesday.
“People from across the valley should, without caring for impediments and barricades, make it to Hyderpora peacefully. On this day, there should be strict and complete refrain from stone pelting,” he said.
Masrat appealed to the Muslims leaving for Hajj pilgrimage to organize special prayers for their nation and act as ambassadors to apprise the Ummah about the situation prevailing in the Kashmir.
Masrat said, “In the UHQ meetings it has been decided to release only 12 detainees and the fact remains that over 12 persons are arrested everyday. The detainees are not released despite court orders. If anyone is released, he is soon re-arrested. Mian Abdul Qayoom, Ghulam Nabi Shaheen, Muhammad Maqbool Bhat and Mir Hafizullah were re-arrested soon after their release.”
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