Police bans Muslim League Seminar

   

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Srinagar

Police on Tuesday allegedly stopped Muslim League activists to organize a seminar in Srinagar  on the eve of 65th anniversary of “Jammu Massacre”.

A large contingent of police was deployed at Hurriyat (g) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani’s already besieged office and residence early morning where the League had planned to organize the seminar.

Organizers alleged police stopped all the people, including the officials of the Hurriyat (G) and Tehreeke-e-Hurriyat, to enter the premises.

“We were not allowed to enter the venue and our party workers were harassed by the police which is highly condemnable,” said caretaker president of Muslim League Mohammad Yousuf Mir.

Geelani’s Hyderpora residence remains under siege most of the time since 2010. Geelani has time and again accused the government of waging a war against his faction of Hurriyat Conference. Muslim League is a constituent of Hurriyat (G) and it’s Chief, Masarat Aalam Bhat is undergoing detention since October 2010. Sixth consecutive Public Safety Act was slapped on the pioneer of 2010 uprising, Masarat Aalam Bhat a couple of days before.

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