JRL calls for protest today

Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) Friday called for protests on Saturday after Zuhar prayers against the continuous bloodshed, detentions and NIA raids in Kashmir.

According to a joint statement issued here, JRL including Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik said that those arrested by NIA are subjected to psychological torture.

Referring to ‘ploy and deceit’ played by Delhi and the local government, JRL said that they have deployed NIA sleuths and resistance leaders are being harassed and fictitious cases filed against them. “It is a well thought out plan and ploy to defame movement and harass leadership,” the leaders said.

The leadership called for peaceful protest on Aug 05 (Saturday) after Zuhar prayers against continuous bloodshed, detentions and NIA raids.

Lashing at PDP led administration and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, JRL said that they will be recalled for their ‘autocratic behavior’. “As a part of their devilish game Mehbooba Mufti is utilizing the services of NIA as a war weapon against leadership and thus gaging the genuine voices,” they said.

“Mehbooba Mufti has crossed all limits and there is no legal justification for such arbitrary measures,” they said and added that the leadership and cadre is the main target for authorities.

“It is a pre-planned psychological crackdown, so that they surrender and stop voicing the sentiments of their nation, thereby covering and shielding their atrocities and barbarism against common and unarmed people,” the leadership said.

The statement while commenting over extending judicial remand of Peer Saif Ullah, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, Altaf Ahmad Shah, Raja Meraj u Din Kalwal, till August 14th and handing over Shahid ul Islam, Farooq Ahmad Dar and Ayaz Akbar to judicial custody till September 1st, said that NIA is prolonging their detention on fabricated and fictitious charges.

Joint leadership said that Delhi through biased media and its agencies like NIA is enacting a drama to evolve wrong impressions about ongoing freedom movement in state.

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