Kashmir-resolution must for Pakistanís stability: Geelani
Reiterates Shutdown Call For Today
Srinagar, Feb 6: The chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani, who is currently in New Delhi, today said the resolution of Kashmir issue in accordance with the wishes and aspirations of the people of Kashmir was imperative for the safety and stability of Pakistan.
ďPakistan cannot in any way afford to bypass Kashmir issue,Ē a spokesman of the Hurriyat, in a statement today, quoted Geelani as having said, adding that Geelani thanked the Pakistan and its people for observing Kashmir February 5, as Kashmir Solidarity Day.
Geelani urged the Pakistan rulers to intensify their diplomatic efforts to highlight Kashmir issue and take effective steps to raise it in all international forums.Ē
Reiterating his shutdown call for February 7, Tuesday, against the governmentís proposed move to shift the Kashmiri detainees to Jammu jails from Valley jails, Geelani has appealed to the people of Kashmir to make successful the shutdown call.
Meanwhile, Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir general secretary Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai has expressed profound grief and sorrow over the demise of Muhammad Syed Baba, brother of Shaheed Khursheed Ahmad Baba alias Auranzeeb of Kalai Andar here, praying for the deceased and expressing sympathies with the bereaved family.
The Tehreek senior leader Gen Musa visited the residence of deceased and participated in his Nimaz-i-Jinaza. Speaking on the occasion, Musa threw light on the philosophy of life and death, and sacrifices of Baba family during ongoing freedom struggle. He prayed for the deceased and expressed solidarity with the bereaved family.
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