Hurriyat (G) protests against mass arrests, PSA on Malik | KNO

Hurriyat (G) protests against mass arrests, PSA on Malik | KNO

Kashmir News Observer (KNO)

Srinagar March 08 (KNO) : On the call of JRL, a protest march was organized by Hurriyat Conference (G) at Hyderpora Srinagar and Budgam to sent a message to the authorities that the people of Kashmir shall resist, to its full capacity, against the fascist ploy likes of booking Muhammad Yasin Malik and others pro-freedom leaders under PSA, the spree of mass arrests, Ban on politico-religious organization Jamaat-I-Islami and attempts to tinker with hereditary state subject law under the pretext of 35-A and intimidating raids of NIA against Kashmiris. According to statement issued to KNO, spokesman said that Hurriyat Conference organized a peaceful protest at Hyderpora Srinagar in which a large number of people and leadership including Ameer Hamza Shah, Molvi Bashir Irfani, Syed Mohammad Shafi, Mohammad Rafiq Uwasi, Mohammad Maqbool Magami, Imtiyaz Ahmad Shah, Shakeel Ahmad Bhat, Rameez Raja, Mohammad Amin Bhat, Imran Ahmad Bhat and other participated, while as Aga Syed Akeel Mouswi organized a protest rally in Budgam, which was scheduled to be headed by Aga Syed Hassan Mouswi, but he was put under house arrest by the police. Terming the random incarceration of resistance leaders of Jammu and Kashmir as ‘a mark of tyranny on the face of India claiming the largest democracy of the world’ leaders expressed its grave concern on the sheer lawlessness prevailing in Jammu and Kashmir. Condemning the ban on Jamaat-e-Islami as ‘unethical and undemocratic act’, Hurriyat leaders said that “falsely blaming on a recognized party is in itself a blot on the Indian democracy. Every political or religious party has their own narrative of the political instability and decade old dispute of Jammu and Kashmir and they serve their ideologies within the contours of the law and Jamaat-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir is propagating their manifesto accordingly as all others do.” Warned of a serious consequences, against the nefarious designs of India to change the subject law (Article 35-A), which are even guaranteed by the Indian constitution, Hurriyat leaders cautioned the Indian leadership that the people of Kashmir shall never allow to tinkering the hereditary law. Condemning the recent raids by NIA, leaders said that “harassing common people, pro-freedom leadership and their relatives, is a tool often used by Delhi rulers to create a chaotic and suffocating atmosphere to crush the freedom voice, but they have failed in doing so in past and will definitely fail in future as well.” Hurriyat leaders said that “people in general and pro-freedom camp in particular need to put a collective narrative against Indian oppression, otherwise if we turn a blind eye to the onslaught on our basic and fundamental rights, the day will not be too far when we all will be kicked out of our residences to accommodate their majority, same way the Israeli Zionist have done in Palestine.”(KNO)