Geelani condemns Sopore killings
Sopore, July 29: Condemning the killings of civilians in Sopore, Hurriyat Conference (G) Chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Friday said the perpetrators of these acts don’t deserve to be called humans.
“We cannot rule out anything about these mysterious killings. It is possible that these may have been carried out to defame the movement,” Geelani said. He expressed solidarity with the families of both the youth, killed by unidentified gunmen in the Sopore town during this week.
Meanwhile, Geelani continued to remain under house arrest today.
“From July 11, he was free for only two days,” said the spokesman of the amalgam Ayaz Akbar.
Castigating the state Government for putting Geelani under continuous house detention, he said this shows that they cannot compete with him at political level.
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