Fight against alleged conspiracy continues: Sheikh Imran
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir People Alliance Saturday leads huge protest relay over safeguarding of article 35-A. Protest Against removal of 35-A which was foiled near Lalchowk Srinagar by arresting the leadership.
According to a press statement issued here, Police Arrested dozens of leaders , workers and office bearers of newly formed political party Jammu Kashmir People’s Alliance near historical Ghanta Ghar after they started towards marching towards clock tower (Ghanta Ghar ) Lal Chowk.
JKPA workers Assembled at Press Enclave today lead by President Sheikh Imran, Secretary General Uzair Ronga, Vice President Muneer Khan,Shariq Maqbool,Bilal Ahmad Dar,Sheikh Umer and a huge gathering of youth raised slogans against the alleged conspiracy for the removal of Article 35-A that grants special privileges to the permanent subjects of Jammu and Kashmir.
Talking to reporters President JKPA Sheikh Imran said that India is hell-bent to bring Jammu and Kashmir State completely in its fold, the statement said.
JKPA apprehend that the removal of Article 35-A will give a big blow to the people of Jammu and Kashmir and in coming time the state will lose its distinct character.
There is desperate need to make people aware about the essence of this article how its removal will have very serious implications.
While Talking to media – ” At JKPA we believe that its only kashmiris who can solve kashmir issue and we are committed to fight against any move to scuttle the Article 35 A and thus threaten the very existence of browbeaten nation of Kashmir of all regional and national political parties exposed as they just do fake talk without concrete actions .Our utmost priority is to safeguard the interests of Kashmiris which are facing renewed onslaught with rise of right wing in India .We also appeal to all to get United so that we successfully ward off any attack against our very existence.”
Those among arrested were President Sheikh Imran, Secretary General Uzair Ronga, Bilal Ahmad Dar, Sheikh Umer, Mudassir Ahmad Mir, Obaid Wani, Emran Wani, Owais Ahmad and Wajid Kaloo.