SRINAGAR: Thanking the people for observing exemplary shutdown against the proposed plans of creation of the separate clusters for the Pandits, Sainik colonies, BJP leader Choudhary Lal Singhs warning to the Jammu Muslims and induction of new anti-Kashmir industrial policy in Kashmir, Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Geelani reiterated the call for holding of peaceful protest demonstration after the Friday congregation prayers on May 27, tomorrow.
In a statement issued here, Geelani made it clear that until the government will completely shun these dangerous and anti-Kashmir ideas and will assure the people in this regard, the protests will continue and we will not allow the implementation of the RSS agendas in Jammu & Kashmir at any cost.
Geelani reiterated his stand that we welcome the tourists with open arms and our nation feels pride in serving them here but we cant close our eyes from our national responsibilities and nor will we allow the communal Sangh Parivar to do whatever they want in this Muslim majority region.
He criticized all the pro-Indian political parties including PDP and NC for the fact that they play same role in their respective regimes and obey every order from the New Delhi.
The policy makers of India are using every method and tactic to suppress the peaceful voices of the Kashmiri people and to eliminate their Muslim identity and these local parties play the role of facilitators for the New Delhi, he said.
Geelani said that the PDP is lying about the Sainik and Pandit Colonies but the Sangh Parivar leaders every time and everyday counter their lies and expose them before the public. (PTK)
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