Geelani invited to Pak conference
Srinagar: Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G) and Tehreek-i-Hurriyat, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, has been invited to participate in a two-day conference of ‘United Muslim Council’ on November 11 in Islamabad, Pakistan.
However a Tehreek spokesperson said the final call on participation in the conference will be taken after receiving travel documents from the Government. Geelani has applied for fresh travel documents which have not been issued yet, the spokesman said.
“Let us receive travel documents first, then we can discuss about his participation in the conference,” spokesperson of the Tehreek-i-Hurriyat, Dr Ghulam Muhammad Ganai said.
Former head of Jamaat Islami Pakistan, Qazi Hussain Ahmed, is the organizer of the conference.
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