Bhaderwah to observe shutdown today

To express solidarity with the people of Kashmir and to lodge protest against District Administration and Police for detaining and implicating youth, Anjuman-e-Islamia Bhaderwah has asked people to observe complete shutdown on Monday.
Bhaderwah to observe shutdown today
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To express solidarity with the people of Kashmir and to lodge protest against District Administration and Police for detaining and implicating youth, Anjuman-e-Islamia Bhaderwah has asked people to observe complete shutdown on Monday.

Anjuman-e-Islamia alleged that by falsely implicating and arresting youth under draconian laws the authorities are hell bent to vitiate the peaceful atmosphere of Chenab Valley.  "We are deeply concerned over the plight of Kashmiri people, who are suffering for the past 51 days and both Union and State Governments, instead of giving a healing touch they are adding insult to our injuries by issuing irresponsible statements and justifying the atrocities of security forces," said President, Anjuman-e-Islamia, Parvaiz Ahmed Sheikh.

"Till now we have maintained utmost restraint and have lodged our protest peacefully in a democratic way despite several attempts of instigation by communal forces and Police. But now, it seems that administration has started taking us for granted, that's why,  Doda Police, without any reason has gone an arrest spree and is implicating youth which clearly shows that they are trying to instigate majority community," Sheikh added.

A few days back district Administration booked a teenage student of Dessa under Public Safety Act and more recently have started arrested some youth of a particular community, including a renowned social worker and lawyer, Baber-ul-Islam.

"Doda Police arrested a social worker Advocate Babar-ul-Islam by implicating him in a false case. We have given a shutdown call for Monday to protest against the arrests of innocents and to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir," Anjuman President said.

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