‘On Alam’s re-arrest, it is clear state is over-ruled by Sangh Parivaar’


SRINAGAR: Strongly condemning the re-arrest of senior Hurriyat leader and chairman Muslim league, Masarat Alam, Hurriyat (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani Friday said that their apprehensions that after even quashing 34th PSA will not be different from the previous ones and re-arrest of Masarat Alam proved it right, beyond doubt.

In a statement issued to KNS, he said state of Jammu and Kashmir is directly ruled, rather over-ruled, by Sangh Parivaar, sitting in Delhi and local henchmen, even if they want, have no authority or say in any of the affairs.

He said that in this place of deaf and dumb, we are facing this lawlessness for last 70 years and the oppressor is bulldozing every move which they think can be detrimental in challenging their authority, be it from these stooges or from the elite judicial houses.

He said that those with tall claims of democracy and upholding the ethos of law and judiciary molest these institutions themselves. Hurriyat chairman said that so-called intellectuals and sharp minds are mortgaged for the high executive posts, but any sane person can laugh at their intellect.

He said that how can a person in jail be prosecuted and punished for just meeting any person and charged for hatching conspiracy and fuel the uprising, outside his domain.

The senior pro-freedom leader said that authorities themselves make a mockery of their own system as the four walled cells of prison; the physical separation from the masses also fails to dent the resolve of any person.

He said that such malicious downhill attempts has made even the judiciary just a tool in the cruel machination of the rulers. The Hurriyat (G) Chairman said that a long chain of Abdullahs and Muftis is always more than happy to do, what even the oppressor himself is scarred to do.

He said that for us as a nation the only way of getting rid of this forceful occupation, political waywardness and uncertainty and to come out of these killing fields, is to collectively, consciously and with determination, pursue the path of freedom, otherwise our killers and their masters are hell-bent upon burying us deep into the soil to safeguard their interests. (KNS)





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