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Gilani concerned about safety of disappeared shopkeeper

Srinagar, January 08, 2016 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani, has expressed serious concern over the safety of a shopkeeper, Ghulam Mohammad, who went missing during the ongoing protests in Pulwama and his whereabouts are not known from the last few days.

Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar said, nobody knows that who among the police or other Indian agencies have arrested the shopkeeper. He said that the installation of martyrs’ memorial at the Shaheed Park in Pulwama was a genuine and logical demand of the local people and the objection of the puppet administration and Indian police in the erection of this board was an unjustified and unnecessary action.

“The Shaheed Park in Pulwama is associated with the martyrs of 1931 and since then this place has a historical importance. Our beloved youth who are sacrificing their youth hood for the betterment of their people are our heroes and they are worth to be respected and remembered in every respect.

The people in Pulwama if wanting to install a martyrs’ memorial board on the entrance of the Shaheed Park then it is a good move which should be followed by the other districts of Jammu and Kashmir,” he said. The veteran leader warned the authorities that their rigidity over the issue would have serious consequences and if their hooliganism continued, the Hurriyet leadership would appeal the people in the entire territory to protest against this.

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