Geelani placed under house arrest
Srinagar, Apr 25: The Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani was again placed under house arrest on Thursday, the spokesman of the conglomerate Ayaz Akbar said.
“Without showing any written order, police told Geelani Sahib that he cannot move out,” he added.
Akbar termed putting Geelani under house arrest as a “cowardly step.” “From New Delhi to Srinagar the Government is sacred of Geelani’s popularity. The Government has not accepted Geelani’s challenge that it should fight him at political level,” he added.
Meanwhile, the spokesman expressed serious concern over the worsening health condition of its incarcerated leader Mir Hafizullah in Heera Nagar Jail, Jammu, appealing to the Amnesty International and World Red Cross to build pressure on New Delhi to release the ailing leader.
He alleged that Mir Hafizullah was not being provided proper treatment and medical aid.
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