Hurriyat (G) Demands To Handover The Management Of SASB To Local Pandits

KL Report

SRINAGAR

A meeting of the Executive council chaired by Chairman Syed Ali Geelani was held at its party Headquarters Hyderpora and leaders, representatives of Employees Movement, Mass Movement, Muslim League, Muslim Conference, Tehreek E Wahdat E Islami, People’s League, Democratic Political Movement, Muslim Khawateen Markaz, People’s Freedom League and Tehreek e Hurriyat participated in the meeting.

As per a statement the members have expressed their sorrow over the disaster caused in Uttarakhand and observed that there are every apprehension, if preventive measures are not followed and in case sixteen thousand yatris are allowed to pay visit to Amaranth cave. “It would have detrimental effect on the fragile atmosphere and it would create serious environmental problems in Kashmir as happened in Uttarakhand.”

 Hurriyat Conference while reiterating its demand said   that environment in the state is highly sensitive and urged to limit the Yatra period to 15 days and number of yatris to 150 per day.

The executive council while reiterating its demand to handover the management of Shrine Board to local Pandits, in a unanimous voice said that shrine board headed by Governor is working like a parallel administration in state. “The board instead of looking the management of Yatra, are under one point program working to strengthen the Indian occupation.” Executive council took strong notice and strongly criticized the decision of prohibiting the local school children from visiting the said places and added that it is the worst type of Indian imperialism. “It is highly deplorable,” said executive council that “the locals have to seek permission while as the people living outside the state has no such restrictions.”

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