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Kashmiri’s leadership detained in at JIC Kupwara by Indian forces.

Kupwara,Occupied Kashmir (IoK)/thedemocrate.com;

Days ahead of Jan 26, the authorities on Friday detained scores of pro-Kashmir leaders and lodged them in the Police Stations.

APHC Leader Professor Abdul Ghani Bhat with Senior Pakistani Journalist Ibrahim Lucky during the Lahore,Pakistan visit, 2013 -www.thedemocrate.com

According to the Hurriyat leaders, scores of pro-Kashmir leaders including Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, senior separatist leader and chairman of Muslim Conference Prof Abdul Ghani Bhat and Hurriyat Conference (G) chief spokesperson and chairman of Tehreek Insaf Party, Ghulam Ahmad Gulzar were detained by the authorities at different places on Friday.

Malik along with scores of his party members protested at Maisuma against the Army Chief Bipin Rawat’s statement on Friday after which Police detained him.
The JKLF leaders later told reporters Malik was later shifted to Srinagar’s central jail.

Prof Abdul Gani Bhat as per the statement issued was detained by police at Kupwara, when he was travelling along with Musadiq Asdil and Khalil Mohammad to address people at Jamia Masjid Trehgam.

Hurriyat Leader Yaseen Malik -www.thedemocrate.com

Condemning Prof Gani’s detention, Muslim Conference Spokesman said that he has been kept at JIC Kupwara.
Spokesman termed Prof Gani’s detention as ‘undemocratic’.
Meanwhile, Chief spokesperson of Hurriyat Conference (G) and Chairman of Tehreek Insaf Party, G A Gulzar was also detained by the authorities and was lodged at Police Station. (KNS)

 

 

 

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