Srinagar, November 12, 2015 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani has called for peaceful protests, tomorrow, after Friday prayers against the killings and arrest of youth by Indian army and police in the territory. Syed Ali Gilani addressing a gathering at Zainakot in Srinagar over phone from his Hyderpora residence said that the puppet administration led by Mufti Muhammad Sayeed was shielding the killers. The people had gathered to pay tributes to an engineering student, Gowhar Ahmad Dar, who was martyred by Indian troops on Saturday.
The veteran leader said that the puppet Chief Minister on the directions of his masters in New Delhi had unleashed a war against the pro-freedom leaders and people in the territory. The All Parties Hurriyet Conference Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, who continues to remain under house arrest, addressed a press conference at his residence in Srinagar, today. He maintained that India had turned Jammu and Kashmir into a police state and the people of the territory were left at the mercy of occupation forces.
Hurriyet leaders, Shabbir Ahmad Shah, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, Muhammad Yousuf Naqash, Hilal Ahmad War and Javed Ahmad Mir in their statements in Srinagar condemned the restrictions and use of force by authorities against people. APHC leader Mukhtar Ahmad Waza and a delegation of Ittehadul Muslimeen during their visit to the residence of martyred Gowhar Ahmad Dar said that Indian forces had waged a war against the unarmed civilians to quell the freedom struggle.
In London, as many as 30 British parliamentarians through a joint letter to Prime Minister David Cameron demanded of him to raise the Kashmir dispute during his talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Media reports said that in the letter, they stated that the Indian prime minister should be pressurized to release thousands of detained Kashmiris. The parliamentarians also demanded investigation into the killings of innocent Kashmiris.
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