Joint Hurriyat holds protest at Jamia Masjid Hyderpora

Stresses need of unity among people, leaders as well

Srinagar: In a joint protest program of the pro-freedom leaders and activists, a protest rally was held at Jamia Masjid Hyderpora, where speakers stressed the need of the unity among people and the leaders as well.

Those participated in protest are JKLF chief Mohammad Yaseen Malik, Gh Nabi Zaki, Haji Gh Nabi Sumji, Peer Saifullah, Sheikh Ab Rashid, Advocate Mohammad Shafi Reshi, Meraj u Din Kalwal, Mushtaq Ahmad Sofi, Siraj u Din, Mohammad Yousuf Mujahid, Ab Hamid Magray, Syed Imtiyaz Hyder, Ab Rashid, Mudasir Nadvi, Zahoor-ul-Haq, Ishfaq Ahmad Khan, Omer Aadil Dar and Rameez Raja.

In a statement issued to KNS, they said that issuing of domicile certificates to the West Pakistan refugees is an attempt to change the demographic fabric of the state and such nefarious designs will be fought tooth and nail at every front and every level.

Hailing the steadfastness of the detainees in and outside the valley, leaders said that authorities under a well thought conspiracy prolong their detention to avenge the pro-freedom people. They are not released despite quashing their detentions by their own courts.

They said that investigating the pellet and bullet injuries on district level is a mockery and eyewash which has been going on here for the last seven decades but has failed to bring a single culprits to justice. Leaders cautioned the people that they should restrain and refrain from being illused by the pro-Indian politicians as their hands are soaked in the blood of our innocent youth.

Commenting on the activities of some Muslim Rashtarya Munch, leaders said that such veiled names are sister concerns of the fascist Hindutwa Parcharks and they try to hoodwink the innocent people by the Muslim names.

They should be categorically conveyed that their fallacious and communal agenda is not going to get ground here in Kashmir, as we can never compromise with the sacred blood of our martyrs. (KNS)

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