SRINAGAR: Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G), Syed Ali Shah Geelani arrived from New Delhi to his Hyderpora residence on Wednesday afternoon with supporters welcoming him with pro-Geelani and pro-Pakistan slogans.
Hurriyat (G) activists chanted slogans like Aaya aaya Sher Aaya, Hum Pakistani Hai Pakistan Hamara Hai, Pakistan Zindabad.
The activists also broke the police cordon at the entrance to lane connecting Geelani’s residence paving way for everyone to enter the conglomerate’s office where the veteran leader addressed a press conference.
Geelani, on the occasion, criticised both Indian as well as state administration over harassment of Kashmiri students studying in the Valley as well as in various Indian states.
He said it is part of Kashmiris’ culture and civilisation that they don’t harm Indian students studying in Valley.
He said the threats to Muslims by Shiv Sena and RSS from Mumbai was a common thing but now “such intimidations are issued from Srinagar”.
“Time has come for people of all religions and regions of Jammu and Kashmir to unite against Indian illegal occupation and RSS which is bent to impose its agenda in the State,” Hurriyat (G) chairman said.
He also hailed people for not expressing any kind of enthusiasm over Mehbooba Mufti’s becoming of chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir. “This also is part of our struggle,” he said.