‘Actions taken seriously and will be dealt with accordingly’
SRINAGAR: Hurriyat Conference (G) on Tuesday criticised police and PDP activists for “threatening the shopkeepers not to follow the programme of pro-freedom leadership”.
“Despite the horrible and pathetic conditions around, these traitors you still play to the tunes of these power-lusty Indian politicians,” a spokesman of the conglomerate said.
The spokesman warned that “their actions are taken seriously and will be dealt with accordingly”.
Hailing the “role” of factory owners, especially cement factories, the spokesman appealed the people to defer the construction works and concentrate on the ongoing uprising, which “is gaining momentum with each passing day”.
“Whosoever tries to damage or defame it is neither a well-wisher of the movement nor that of the nation,” he said, and condemned the arrest of Employees Joint Action Committee (EJAC) leaders, including the body’s president Abdul Qayoum Wani.
“Employees are a part and parcel of our society and they have rendered full support to the ongoing movement. Arrests and threats to the employees will not deter them from the goal of freedom,” the spokesman said.
He cautioned banks against isolating themselves by operating during the daytime.