Shah reaches south Kashmir; Nayeem arrested at Pulwama

KL Report

SRINAGAR

Despite restrictions from police and forces, the Hurriyat Conference Jammu Kashmir delegation led by Shabir Ahmad Shah succeeded in addressing various gatherings in south Kashmir’s Arihal, and Sangam areas. However, Nayeem Ahmad Khan and Mushtaq ul Islam were arrested by police at Latter Pulwama.

According to a statement, during his speeches, Shabir Ahmad Shah while terming the upcoming parliamentary elections as India’s design to weaken the ongoing freedom movement appealed people to foil these designs by completely boycotting the polls.

Shah reminded people that voting for those people who massacred our youth, hanged Muhammad Maqbool Bhat and Muhammad Afzal Guru in Tihar Jail, sentenced our pro-Hurriyat people to life imprisonment, is disloyalty to the sacred blood of our martyrs and to the freedom movement. “Voting them to power tantamount to crushing the wishes and aspirations of our progeny,” he said.

Shah made it clear that our honour, lives and progeny are not secure under the forcible occupation of India; therefore it is obligatory for us to boycott the upcoming elections.

The delegation also distributed pamphlets among people which depicted the negative effects of elections on freedom movement. Shah said the continuous restriction by government does not deter Hurriyat Conference Jammu Kashmir from reaching out to the people to aware people of negative consequences of participating in elections.

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