Shelters for ‘homeless’: Hurriyat (G) smells ploy to change state’s Muslim majority character

Shelters for ‘homeless’: Hurriyat (G) smells ploy to change state’s Muslim majority character

SRINAGAR: Hurriyat Conference (G) on Monday said that Indian think tanks, aided by PDP-BJP government, are trying to convert the Muslim majority state of J&K into a Muslim minority region under the garb of ‘National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM)’.
As per a statement issued here, the conglomerate’s executive council held an emergency meeting at its Hyderpora headquarters, which was presided over by additional general secretary Ghulam Nabi Sumji and attended by the heads of all constituent parties.
During the meeting, the conglomerate warned authorities of serious resistance against the move to construct shelters for “homeless non-state subjects” in J&K.
“The move is a well-thought-out plan of Indian think tanks to render Muslims into a minority. In Kashmir Valley, there are no homeless people,” it said.
The meeting also condemned the action by Parimpora police who “have sent notices to around 80 students to make their presence at police stations regularly”.
“Police must stop harassing the innocent youths else we would be left with no option but to launch massive public protests against it,” it said.
It also demanded the removal of CRPF camp “which has proved life-threatening for common masses” besides booking of the deputy commanding officer of the said camp for “murdering Gowhar Ahmed”, an engineering student in Zainakote.

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