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Geelani condemns ‘ED notice’ to Shabir Shah’s duo daughters

Geelani condemns ‘ED notice’  to Shabir Shah’s duo daughters
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Srinagar : Hurriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Friday condemned the ‘ED notice’ to the duo daughters of arrested Pro-freedom leader Shabir Ahmad Shah.

The spokesman in a statement issued here quoted Syed Ali Shah Geelani as saying that, rulers are using their investigative agencies as a “war weapon” to “strangulate” the people in general and pro-freedom workers and leaders in particular.

He said that Shabir Ahmad Shah has spent most of his life in jails and today also he is lodged in the Tihar jail for the last 2 years. He is in their custody to answer any question and issuing notices to his minor daughters is not only undemocratic, immoral but shameful as well.

Reacting to the JKFL chief Mohammad Yaseen Malik’s arrest by NIA and shifting him to Tihar jail, Hurriyat chairman said that, pro-freedom leaders and workers are not alien to these jails and interrogations. Putting them behind bars on decade’s old “fabricated” cases is nothing but to pressurize them to subjugation which is never going to happen.

Hurriyat chairman said that continued quizzing of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq for 4 consecutive days is nothing but to threaten the leadership to stay away from the genuine demands of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, but as said earlier, these muscular tactics are sure to strengthen our resolve more than earlier.

Repeating the appeal for a complete boycott of the election, Hurriyat chairman said that people who are suppressed, caged, brutalized and maimed on one or the other pretext have no moral and ethical right to be part of any drama being conducted in the name of elections.

He said that nation can achieve their goal only being unanimous and committed to their collective

Meanwhile, Syed Ali Shah Geelani expressed his deep grief and sorrow over the killing of youth Uwais Ahmad Mir Mandigam Kupwara and injuries to many at various places in Baramulla on Thursday.

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