Geelani for strike on July 13

Srinagar: While paying rich and glorious tributes to the martyrs of 1931, chairman Hurriyat Conference G Syed Ali Geelani appealed people to observe complete shutdown on 13 July.

According to a statement, he said that the mission of the martyrs of 1931 is still incomplete and the present freedom struggle of Kashmir is part of that.

Hurriyat G chairman said that the movement of 1931 was not only a rebellion against the tyrannical rule but it was a struggle started against the anti-Islamic attitude of the rulers of that time and it was a pure religious movement which was backed by the inner faith of the Muslims.

He said that though the Omer Abdullah, Mufti Sayed and Farooq Abdullah like pro-Indian politicians also go to the martyr’s graveyard on 13 July under the heavy security cover but they have a long time ago made sell-out and treason with these sacrifices.

The pro-freedom leader advised the pro-Indian politicians that it is better for them not to go to the martyr’s graveyard on this day, because it could definitely hurt the souls of the martyrs, who offered their lives for the Islam and freedom and whose sacrifices have been sold by these pro-Indian politicians for the power and chair.

While appealing for complete shutdown on 13 July Sunday, Chairman Hurriyat said that the people who are the successors of the martyrs and who are struggling for the completion of their mission, are banned to go to the martyrs graveyard and they are restricted and detained.

This undemocratic attitude of the government should be condemned at all levels.

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