Aga Hassan detained soon after return from Delhi

Srinagar: President J&K Anjuman-e-Sharie Shian and senior Hurriyat leader Aga Syed Hassan Almosvi Alsafvi detained soon after his return from Delhi.

In a statement issued to KNS, Anjuman-e-Sharie spokesman explained that due to continuous detention of Aga Hassan, his health had unfavorable in the past week and had suggested by the doctors for medical checkup in Delhi. State Administration had allowed Aga Syed Hassan for where he met after recovery with Pakistan high commissioner Abdul Basit.

Aga Syed Hassan discussed 3 month’s continuous resistance movement, tenseful situation created by Indian forces in Kashmir and aggressive revenge adventure of Indian administration for breaking apart the determination and courage of Kashmiri people. While thanking to the organization of Islamic countries (OIC) for its support, Aga Syed Hassan appealed Pakistan to take urgent steps for drawing international attention towards Kashmir’s severe situation and for self determination continued in Kashmir for last 3 months.

Aga Hassan expressed concern for condition of ailed Liberation Front Chairman Muhammad Yaseen Malik who has been detained since start of unrest.

While interpreting the detention of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Molvi Mohd Umar Farooq, Shabir Ahmad Shah and other leaders and members of Hurriyat with worst authoritarian tactics Aga Hassan said, Kashmiri people will not leave the rightful movement by fear of oppression.

He condemned the revenge adventure of State Administration against employees of state. He said, government employees is a sensitive segment that could not disassociate from oppression and repression done on Kashmiri people. (KNS)

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