Mufti Muhammad Syed

streets in Srinagar as well as districts seeking a resolution for Kashmir issue. Party activists also marched for a resolution in Jammu. Hundreds of activists led by the party president Mehbooba Mufti assembled in Lal Chowk Srinagar, where she also asked separatists to join hands.
The activists carried placards of “Revoke AFSPA”, “Restore our rights on resources and power projects” and “SAARC cannot gain on Kashmir pain”. They also chanted slogans against the Omar Abdullah led government.
Police tried to intercept the rally many times. “We are ready to think somewhere between Azadi and self rule if people demanding Azadi will come forward. We should come on common terms and join hands,” Mahbooba said. PDP leaders in districts led similar rallies. In all a number of PDP activists came out on streets across J&K seeking a resolution of Kashmir issues, besides revocation of AFSPA and restoration of rights to Kashmir on its water resources.
Last week, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed had announced that his party will hold “people’s protest” at every district headquarters on April 26 to impress upon India and Pakistan to resume the dialogue process to resolve the long pending Kashmir issue. Replying to a query, he said that he had no problems being labelled a separatist.


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