Geelani opposes presence of non-locals in Kashmiri homes

Srinagar: Expressing serious concern over the presence of ‘non-locals’ in valley’s residential houses, Huriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani today said that the people must listen to the voice of their conscience so that the raising graph of ‘immorality’ could be halted at the earliest in valley.

According to KNS, Geelani while appearing in the Gaw Kadal area of Srinagar after the continuous house confinement since March said that the people must take necessary steps so that the rising immorality could be eradicated from the valley. Geelani after participating in the Nikah Ceremony at Gaw Kadal, addressed people at the main chowk briefly. Geelani also hinted that he would address the rally in Srinagar in the coming time and advised youth to maintain discipline at the political rallies.

Geelani further stated that the main reason for growing immorality in the state is because of the trend of late marriages and that the parents should marry their wards at appropriate time.

While expressing serious concern over the presence of Non-locals in valley, Geelani said: “The trend of keeping Bihari people in homes is growing after everyday and that conscience of those people who keep them in their homes is still in the slumber and has not awakened till now.” 

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