#Day29: Geelani Warns ‘Black Sheep’ Not To Test Patience of People



Syed Ali Geelani
Syed Ali Geelani

Reacting to the Government of India’s response to Supreme Court that “all is well in Jammu and Kashmir”, Chairperson All Parties Hurriyat Conference (g), Syed Ali Geelani, on Saturday said that even on the day when this report was filed 4 innocent civilians were killed and more than 500 people got injured by the Indian forces and police.

“If this is the normalcy then people at the helm of affairs at Delhi seem to be in psychological and mental imbalance themselves,” Geelani said in a statement issued early this evening.

“Isn’t the full pages of Newspapers, daily writings of the columnists, blood stained streets, deserted markets, fresh graves of Martyrs and people flooded streets of Jammu and Kashmir not enough to shake the conscious of the rulers in Delhi,” he said.

The octogenarian Hurriyat Conference chief cautioned people that Government of India along with the “local collaborators” have started to “pour in money and they want to hire their goons and paid puppets to malign and defame the present people’s uprisings and this needs to be checked at the earliest”.

He also condemned the policemen who “threaten” the Imams and clerics of dire consequences if they “talk about and support the present movement”.

“These black sheep are once again warned not to test the patience of the people who have decided to take this movement to its logical conclusion come what may,” he said.

Commenting on the reports about the children being called to participate in “India’s independence day”, Geelani appealed to the parents that “is your conscious not hurt by such acts and how can you support the people whose hands are drenched in the blood of our people and are responsible for blinding more than 378 innocents mostly kids”.

Expressing anguish over the killings of innocents, Geelani strongly condemned the cold blooded murder of Shabir Ahmad of Tengpora by a Dy SP and Riyaz Ahmad of Chattabal by CRPF, which has once again proved that “our lives, our honour, our culture and even our dignity is not safe with India”.

Commenting on the report that a Burqa clad lady “had come to the bank in SKIMS and has threatened them to stop working as advised by Hurriyat”, Geelani refuted this “indecent act in clear terms and said that Banks in hospitals come under essential services and such services need not to be effected by Hartals & strikes”.

Geelani repeated the call to comply tomorrow’s program of sanitation and cleanliness drive from 10 am to 4 pm in Mohallas, villages, localities and hospitals under the guidance of local Masjids committees and hold peaceful protests from Asr to Magrib.

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