Allow passage to docs, ambulances: Geelani asks youth
Srinagar, Mar 9: Chairman of Hurriyat (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani Saturday asked the youth to maintain discipline during the ongoing movement for return of the body of Muhammad Afzal Guru.
“I urge the youth to follow the programme of pro-freedom leadership in letter and spirit. Discipline is must for the success of ongoing movement and our youngsters’ should facilitate the passage of ambulances and doctors during curfew,” Geelani told Greater Kashmir.
Geelani, who has been put under house arrest after his arrival from New Delhi on March 7, also praised the youngsters for their unflinching resolve and determination towards ongoing struggle. “Due to their sacrifices world has realized importance of Kashmir issue,” he said.
Geelani castigated police and forces for, “unleashing reign of terror across the Valley” to suppress protests against the hanging of Muhammad Afzal Guru.
“Hundreds of youngsters have been detained across the Valley and police is extorting money from their parents in lieu of releasing them. New Delhi is using its all military might to crush the just struggle of Kashmiris but they should keep in mind that these brute tactics have failed in the past and will also meet the same fate in future,” Geelani said.
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