Only one shutdown in Hurriyat’s new protest calender

Srinagar: The joint resistance leadership including Hurriyat (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani, Hurriyat (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malikon Wednesday issued a 13 day long protest calendar.

In a joint statement, the leadership called for a complete shutdown on Feb 24 besides calling for protests on other days.

Protest Program for Right to Self-Determination

(From February 16, 2017 to February 28, 2017)

Thursday 16 February 

(Full Day Relaxation)

General Relaxation

Friday 17 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

Youme-e-Muzahamat (Against the killings of Innocent Youths)

After Friday prayers peaceful protests will be held throughout valley against the innocent killings;

Keeping in view three day strike in past week, it has been decided that there will be no strike on this Friday.

Saturday 18 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

Traders and Transporters Protest

Traders and transporters will observe 1 hour sit in.

Sunday 19 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

General Relaxation

Monday 20 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

Joint Dharna by Resistance Leaders

Resistance Leaders and activists will protest on Monday after Zuhar.

Tuesday 21 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

General Relaxation

Wednesday 22 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

Bar Association Protest

Bar Association will hold a peaceful protest against the non-implementation of the Court orders.

Thursday 23 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

General Relaxation

Friday 24 February

(No Relaxation)

Youme-e-Muzahamat

After Friday prayers peaceful protests will be held throughout valley;

There will be no Relaxation.

Saturday 25 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

Traders and Transporters Protest

Traders and transporters will observe 1 hour sit in.

Sunday 26 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

General Relaxation

Monday 27 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

Joint Dharna by Resistance Leaders

Resistance Leaders and activists will protest on Monday after Zuhar.

Tuesday 28 February

(Full Day Relaxation)

General Relaxation

 

 

 

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