Hurriyat (M) leaders to leave for Pak on Friday
Shabir Shah applies for travel documents through LoC
Srinagar, Dec 10: With suspense looming large over the issuance of passport to two of its executive members, a delegation of Hurriyat Conference (M) leaders would be leaving for Pakistan on Friday.
Regional Passport Officer told KNS on Monday evening that two more executive members Moulvi Abbas Ansari and Musadiq Aadil were issued passports on Monday whereas the application of another executive member Mukhtar Ahmad Waza was still under process.
The delegation would be traveling to Pakistan for a week during which they would be holding talks with Pakistan Prime Minster Raja Parvaiz Ashraf, Foreign Minster Hina Rabani Khar, Mian Manzoor Watoo, Mian Nawaz Shareef, Imran Khan and other leaders. Meanwhile senior separatist leader Shabir Ahmad Shah is understood to have applied for the travel documents for traveling through Line of Control.
Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said that six of its executive members including Prof Abdul Gani Bhat, Bilal Gani Lone, Moulvi Abas Ansari, Aga Syed Hassan and Musadiq Adil have been issued passports whereas Passport for Mukhatar Ahmad Waza was still pending.
Waza said that he had approached to the Regional Passport Office at Srinagar where he was told that his application has been forwarded to Delhi where from it is yet to return. He however said that he has also applied for travel documents for Karwan e Aman.
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