Tuesday, November 16, 2010


Srinagar Nov 17 (Only Kashmir): While Syed Ali Shah Geelani remained under house arrest, the amalgam Tuesday threatened serious repercussions in case the chairman was not allowed to offer Eid prayers tomorrow.
Hurriyat (G) spokesman, Ayaz Akbar told Press Bureau of India that Geelani would be offering prayers at Hazratbal. “In case the government doesn’t allow him to offer prayers, it would have to face serious repercussions,” Akbar warned.
He also condemned the continued house arrest of Geelani and accused the government of infringing his religious rights by barring him from offering Friday prayers. Akbar also condemned the raids on the houses of Hurriyat (G) office secretary, Mohammad Abdullah Sheikh and Geelani’s driver, Ishar Ahmad. He also condemned government cold-shoulder to court orders. “By refusing to release Hurriyat (G) leaders, Mir Hafizullah, Moulvi Bashir and Mohammad Rafiq Ganai despite court order, government is contradicting its talk of releasing political detainees.”


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