Resistance calendar: Strike extended until Sep 29; relaxation from 2 pm on Sunday

The resistance leaders have urged people to hold protests and observe shutdown across J&K on all days except the relaxation mentioned in the program.

GK Web Desk
Srinagar, Publish Date: Sep 21 2016 7:31PM | Updated Date: Sep 21 2016 7:31PM
Resistance calendar: Strike extended until Sep 29; relaxation from 2 pm on SundayFile Photo

The joint resistance leadership on Wednesday extended the shutdown until September 29. Unlike the last protest calendar, the leadership has called for relaxation in shutdown from 2 pm on Sunday while Kashmiri diaspora have also been asked to stage protests.

Here is the protest programme:

On Friday, September 23, the separatists have called for ‘Freedom March’ to Karnah, Uri, Charari-Sharief, Kangan, Srinagar north (Shaher-e-Khaas), Pampora, Devsar, Shopian (Central), Kokernag.

“From 9 am, march one and all from Kupwara to Karnah, Baramulla to Uri, Bandipora to Gurez, Budgam to Charari-Sharief, Ganderbal to Kangan, Srinagar to Shahr-e-Khaas, Pulwama to Pampora, Shopian to Shopian (Central). Kulgam to Devsar and Islamabad to Kokernag. Post Friday prayer, hold Freedom Congregation at the place identified and agreed upon locally and mutually,” the program states.

The resistance, masjid committees of these tehsils have been asked to ensure arrangements for the program. There will be no relaxation in shutdown on this day.

On Saturday, September 24, the resistance leadership has asked people to hold ‘Freedom March’ to Handwara, Boniyar, Sonawari, Chadoora, Lar, Srinagar (South), Awantipora, DH Pora, Shopian (South) and Shangus.

“From 9 am, march one and all from Kupwara to Handwara, Baramulla to Boniyar, Bandipora to Sonawari, Budgam to Chadoora, Ganderbal to Lar, Srinagar to Srinagar (South), Pulwama to Awantipora, Shopian to Shopian (South), Kulgam to DH Pora and Islamabad to Shangus. Post Zuhr prayers, hold Freedom Congregation at the place identified and agreed upon locally and mutually. Resistance, masjid committees of these tehsils should ensure the arrangements,” the program states. On this day, there will be relaxation in shutdown from 6 pm to 6 am.

On Sunday, September 25, the resistance leadership has called for ‘Freedom March’ to Kupwara (Central), Rafiabad, Bandipora (Central), Khansahib, Ganderbal (Central), Srinagar (Central), Tral, Kulgam (Central), Shopian (North) and Dooru.

“From 9 am, March one and all from Kupwara to Kupwara (Central), Baramulla to Rafiabad, Bandipora to Bandipora (Central), Budgam to Khansahib, Ganderbal to Ganderbal (Central), Srinagar to Srinagar Central, Pulwama to Tral, Shopian to Shopian (North), Kulgam to Kulgam (Central) and Islamabad to Dooru. Post Zuhr prayers hold Freedom Congregation at the place identified and agreed upon locally and mutually. Resistance, masjid committees of these tehsils should ensure the arrangements,” it states. On this day, there will be relaxation from 2 pm to 6 am.

On Monday, September 26, the resistance leadership has called for ‘NRKs’ Referendum March’

“NRK’s and friends of Kashmir Freedom Struggle March towards UN Headquarters and Indian Embassies all over world including Pakistan and Azad Kashmir on the day when India speaks at 71st UN General Assembly Session. Carry flags banners and placards with messages reminding world of promises of referendum for the people of Jammu and Kashmir and highlighting war crimes perpetrated by Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir. Back home, assemble and occupy all roads from 11am to 4pm and carry flags, banners, placards with messages reminding world of promises of referendum for the people of Jammu and Kashmir and highlighting war crimes perpetrated by Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir. Offer Zuhr prayers on roads,” they urged the people. On this day, there will be no relaxation in shutdown.

The joint resistance leadership has urged women to observe September 27 Tuesday, as ‘Women’s Day’.

“Assemble and occupy local chowks and centers from Zuhr to Asr in the vicinity of your mohallas, villages and localities; Protest with flags placards and banners with freedom messages and slogans,” they said. On this day, there will be relaxation from 6 pm to 6 am.

On September 28, Wednesday, the resistance leadership has urged people to organize ‘Freedom March’ to Trehgam, Pattan, Hajin, Khag, Wakoora, Srinagar (North) (Shaher-e-Khaas), Pulwama (central), Koimouh, Kellar and Pahalgam.

“From 9am, march one and all from Kupwara to Trehgam, Baramulla to Pattan, Bandipora to Hajin, Budgam to Khag, Ganderbal to Wakoora, Srinagar to Shaher-e-Khaas, Pulwama to Pulwama (central), Shopian to Keller, Kulgam to Koimoh and Islamabad to Pahalgam. Post Zuhar Prayer, hold freedom congregation at the place identified and agreed upon locally and mutually. Resistance/Masjid committees of these Tehsils should ensure the arrangements,” they said. On this day, there will be relaxation from 6 pm to 6 am.

On September 29, Thursday, the resistance leadership have urged people to observe ‘One day Azadi convention.’

“Neighbouring villages and localities organize one day azadi convention from 11am to 4pm in respective areas, deliberate and discuss ways and means to strengthen the ongoing people’s uprising for freedom from India’s forcible control. Resistance/Masjid committees of these Tehsils should ensure the arrangements,” they said. On this day, there will be relaxation from 6 pm to 6 am.

The resistance leaders have urged people to hold protests and observe shutdown across J&K on all days except the relaxation mentioned in the program.

“Public Vehicular movement not to be stopped after 10pm to 6am on all nights. Lockdown all the routes entering your mohallas, villages and localities by every means during night to protect people in general and youth in particular from the raids and arrests by Indian forces and J&K police. Play Islamic and Azadi Taranas from Magrib to Isha on all days,” they asked the people.

 

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