Hurriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Sunday said that Prohibiting foreign media and banning their entry in the state testifies our claim that authorities are perpetrating excesses and it is inoperable step to shield and cover men in uniform, Hurriyat said on Sunday and added if authorities feel that they have nothing to conceal, then New Delhi should not shy out from facing world community over day to day occurrences of incidents of human tragedies and deteriorating situations in the state.
The spokesman in a statement while strongly reacting over the advisory” for foreign correspondents working in India, barring them from traveling to state and from discharging their journalistic activities about prevailing situations and events in Jammu Kashmir without authorities’ prior permission, Hurriyat said that it reflects their mindset.
New Delhi should not shy out from facing world community over a day to day incidents of human tragedies and deteriorating situations in the state, Hurriyat said.
Appealing UNHRC for their cognizance, Hurriyat said that it is their moral obligation to check and see the human rights violations and facilitate resolution of Kashmir issue as per aspirations of people.
The Hurriyat Conference repeats the United Nations Human Rights Commission to observe the ground situation, saying that this moral and political responsibility is given on a decent nation.
Geelani also expressed his deep grief over the demise of the uncle of incarcerated leader Shabir Ahmad Shah, praying for the departed soul. Geelani extended his condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for their forbiddance to bear this irreparable loss.
Meanwhile, Hurriyat expressed grief over the demise of Mohd Ismaeel Gilkar brother in law of incarcerated leader Ghulam Mohammad Khan Sopori and prayed for forbiddance to grieved family and highest place in Jannat-ul -Firdous for the departed soul.