Never asked for security: Itihad-ul-Muslimeen

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Srinagar: The Itihad-ul-Muslimeen on Monday while reacting over the state government’s decision to withdraw security from the pro-freedom leaders said we had never asked for it and “in fact the presence of police personnel around the residence of Itihad-ul-Muslimeen chairman Abbas Ansari is creating a lot of problems”.
The spokesman in a statement said a letter has been sent to the government to withdraw the security of Ansari immediately.
Asking the people to remain united, he said that “no attempts to distort the brotherhood of Kashmiris will be allowed”.