Hurriyat (G) executive committee meets at Hyderpora, discusses various issues

Srinagar

Hurriyat (G) Conference on Monday convened a meeting of its executive committee (Majlis Shoora) at its Peerbagh, Hyderpora office. The meeting was presided over by Hurriyat General Secretary Ghulam Nabi Sumji.

The spokesman said that meeting was discussed at length various issues including the prevailing most critical situation of the state. The meeting expressed its grave concern on the attitude adopted by government forces and legal institutions which have been instrumental for the prevailing volatile situation in the state. He said people are being intimidated on the one hand and their patience is put to an acid test by the legal institutions, day in and day out by displaying the venomous sward in the shape of proposed abrogation of article 35-A and 370.

The meeting reiterated its unwavering commitment to extend its full support to JRL program against any attempt to change the state subject law and demography. The meeting made a fervent appeal to the people to remain vigilant about the ill designs of government and observe complete civil curfew on 30 and 31 August.

During the meeting, the members also appealed the UN and the civilized member countries of the world to take cognizance of the prevailing gruesome situation in Jammu and Kashmir. The meeting reiterated its demand for a plebiscite as a democratic formula for a peaceful solution of Kashmir issue.

The meeting expressed its anguish on the continuous house arrest of Hurriyat chairman Syed Ali Geelani and termed it a deep conspiracy to keep away the icon of “freedom movement” from his loving people. The meeting blamed the rulers for using the dastardly long-term house arrest as a ploy to damage his health conditions.

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