SRINAGAR: A meeting of Executive Council of Hurriyat conference (M), second in less than a week, was held at its headquarters here today which decided to give new momentum to the present public contact programme and to consolidate it further.
Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq presided over the meeting which was attended by Maulana Mohammad Abbas Ansari, Bial Ghani Lone, Aga Syed Hassan, Mohammad Musadiq Adil, Mukhtar Ahamd Waza and Abdul Gani Bhat.
A further decision to continue the ongoing movement at all levels in accordance with the parameters of Hurriyat Conference was also taken and in this regard it was decided that all constituents of Hurriyat Conference will be mobilized to continue the struggle, a Hurriyat spokesman said.
After Executive meeting Hurriyat Chairman presided a meeting of functionaries and heads of various committees of Hurriyat. It was attended by Political Secretary APHC Abdul Majid Banday, Head of the Public Contact Affairs Zaffar Akbar Bhat, Head of Human Rights Division Syed Salim Geelani, Media Advisor APHC Shahid-ul-Islam, Head of the Legal Cell Ab. Manan Bukhari, Head of the Gujjar Pahari and Tribal Affairs Chowdary Shaheen Iqbal, Head of the Public Relations Hakim Abdul Rashid and prominent Hurriyat leaders Javed Ahmad Mir and Syed Bashir Andrabi. A strategy to further strengthen the public contact programme and making it more wide based was devised in the meeting.
Satisfaction was expressed over the successfully organized programmes to observe the Human Rights week ant it was decided that Hurriyat will be organizing such programmes in future as well and further necessary steps will be taken to make the function of various Hurriyat committees more effective and purposeful.
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