Hurriyat (M) deplores curbs on Mirwaiz
Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (M) on Monday lashed out at the authorities for not allowing the chairman of the conglomerate Mirwaiz Umar Farooq to offer Eid congregational prayers at Eidgah.
“Mirwaiz was placed under house arrest on Eid eve and was not allowed to move out to offer Eid prayers. Its direct interference in the religious affairs, It is deplorable,” a spokesman of Hurriyat (M) said in a statement.
“Placing Mirwaiz under house arrest on Eid Day has hurt the sentiments of Kashmiris. We condemn this act of the authorities. Government should change its anti-Islam, anti–social and undemocratic policies. If it fails to do so it can have far reaching consequences,” he added.
The spokesman said as Mirwaiz was detained on October 27, he could not pass a resolution in connection with the day. “The resolution was presented by another senior Hurriyat leader Hakim Abdul Rashid before the large gathering of people and it was passed,” he added.
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