Strict curfew in Occupied Kashmir Valley

In Occupied Kashmir, the Indian administration has imposed a strict curfew to stop the people from marching towards Srinagar to pay homage to the father of Hurriyat and freedom movement leader Syed Ali Gilani.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the March call was given by the All Party Hurriyat Conference. Thousands of Indian troops deployed in the occupied territories have confined millions of people to their homes. Roads leading to Syed Ali Gilani’s house have been blocked and barbed wire has been laid. Mobile internet service is also suspended to prevent people from exchanging information about the situation.

The Hurriyat spokesman thanked the people and government of Pakistan for their strong stand at the international level in expressing solidarity with the people of the Occupied Territories and for the independence of Kashmir. What is it .

Hurriyat Forum Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, who has been under house arrest since August 2019, spoke to Syed Ali Gilani’s sons on the telephone and expressed condolences over the death of their father. He condemned the occupying authorities for not allowing family and people to attend the funeral prayers of the senior leader.

Addressing a condolence meeting in Srinagar, senior Hurriyat leader Prof Abdul Ghani Butt said that Syed Ali Gilani himself was a movement who had rendered great services and sacrifices for the freedom movement throughout his life.

Hurriyat leaders Engineer Hilal Ahmed War, Devinder Singh Behl, Democratic Freedom Party, People’s League and Young Men’s League in their statements strongly condemned the continuous curfew imposed by the occupying authorities.

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