Separatists issue new protest calendar,strike on Fridays,Saturdays

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Srinagar: The resistance leadership including Hurriyat (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani, Hurriyat (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and JKLF chief, Muhammad Yasin Malik Friday issued fresh protest calendar upto Jan 15.

The leadership called for complete shutdown on Fridays and Saturdays. 

Here is the Calender

(From Sunday Jan 1, 2017 to Sunday Jan 15, 2017)

Fridays

(No Relaxation)

Friday Freedom Congregation

Post Friday prayer, hold Freedom Congregations across Jammu & Kashmir at the places identified and agreed upon locally and mutually;

Saturdays

(No Relaxation)

Tehsil Headquarters Azadi March

From 7 am, join Azadi March towards respective Tehsil Headquarters. March on two wheelers (Motorcycles & Bicycles) and march by foot;
If and wherever stopped, assemble, occupy and protest at that place till 4 pm;

 

Sundays

(Full Day Relaxation)

General Relaxation Days

People are requested to use exclusively public transport on these days for the support of transport community;
 

Mondays

(Full Day Relaxation)

General Relaxation Day

Sit in Protest

From 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm sit in protest by pro-freedom organizations at Tehsil Headquarters along with placards and banners highlighting the atrocities in the present uprising . 
Tuesdays

Tuesdays

(Full Day Relaxation)

Women’s DayAssemble & Occupy local chowks and centres fromZuhr to Asr in the vicinity of your mohallas, villages and localities;

Protest with Flags, Placards and Banners with Freedom messages and slogans

Wednesdays

(Full Day Relaxation)

General Relaxation Day

Protest of Lawyers

From 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm sit in protest by Lawyers in court premises.

 

Thursdays

(Full Day Relaxation)

General Relaxation Day

People are requested to use exclusively public transport on this day for the support of transport community;

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