Tuesday, September 14, 2010


Srinagar, Sept 13: The Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani, spearheading the ongoing Quit Jammu Kashmir Movement, on Tuesday released a fresh 10-day protest calendar.According to the calendar there will be complete shutdown on September 16, Thursday and peaceful protests after every prayers. On September 17, Friday, the Conglomerate has again called for a shutdown. On this day people of Bandipora and Varmul have been urged to march to Palahalan Pattan while people of district Ganderbal,Srinagar and Budgam to Humhama respectively.“People of districts falling in south Kashmir, will march towards Pampore and people of Kupwara have been urged to register protest at their district headquarter,” it said.On September,18 Saturday there will be complete shutdown “All the people who are computer literate, will register their protest on different social network sites, especially facebook. Peaceful protests will continue throughout the day,” it said.On September 19, Sunday, there will be no shutdown. “On this day all the business establishments, banks, educational institutions and private institutions will remain open. People will buy essential commodities,”The Conglomerate has called for UN Chalo on September 20, Monday.“People will march towards United Nations Office at Sonawar, and will give a memorandum to remind them that people of Jammu and Kashmir want the UNO resolutions should be adopted without any further delay,” itsaid.On September 21, Tuesday there will be complete shutdown. “On this day people should give reminder of ‘Quit Jammu and Kashmir Movement to all the Military establishments and other security camps by way of peaceful protests upto the destinations of army establishments.”On September 22, Wednesday there will be no shutdown. On September 23, Thursday the Conglomerate has called for a shutdown to express solidarity with the political prisoner and those arrested during the past three months.On September 24, Friday there will be shutdown and peaceful protests against the desecration of Quran. On September 25, Saturday and September 26 Sunday, there will be complete shutdown. “On these days, people will carry out the cleanliness drive in their respectivelocalities from 11am to 1 pm. From Nimaz-e-Zuhar to Nimaz-e-Asar, people will observe the peaceful protests,” Geelani said there will be no shutdown from during the calendar period from 7 pm to 7 am . ‘All the business establishments, including manufacturing units, flour mills, cement factories will remain open.Shops and other establishment can do the normal business during late night hours. Transporters can ply normally during late night hours,” he said.He urged people to shout ‘Go India Go back, We want freedom and one point programme Independence for Islam’ during the peaceful protests.


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