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Jehlum Post News|Srinagar| Jan 28, 2014| Stating that the recent court martial verdict has once again proved that the Kashmir is run by the army and the pro-Indian politicians are just frontline sub-ordinates of this occupational structure, Mirwaiz led Hurriyat Conference  appealed people to observe complete shutdown and organize protests against the Pathribal verdict and other injustices against Kashmiris on Jan 31, 2014, Friday, adding, Imams, Khateebs and other responsible citizens of the society are also being appealed to raise their voice against the verdict. A statement issued to local news agency stated that the amalgam is organizing a seminar titled “Murder of Justice by the sword of AFSPA” on January 29, 2014 Wednesday at its headquarters in Rajbagh. The conglomerate has also appealed people across Jammu and Kashmir to observe complete shutdown and organize protests against the Pathribal verdict and other injustices against Kashmiris on Jan 31, 2014, Friday, adding, Imams, Khateebs and other responsible citizens of the society are also being appealed to raise their voice against the verdict.The statement issued by the amalgam reads  that appealing the world community to raise the voice against the accesses being done against Kashmiris by the Indian forces, Huriyat (M) asked the Kashmiris to show complete association with the freedom struggle so that ‘occupation’ is rooted out and the dawn of freedom descends on this occupied land.The statement reads further that in view of the recent verdict on Pathribal, Mirwaiz led Hurriyat would organize a seminar ““Murder of Justice by the sword of AFSPA”” on January 29, 2014 Wednesday at its headquarters in Rajbagh. The conglomerate has also appealed people across Jammu and Kashmir to observe complete shutdown and organize protests against the Pathribal verdict and other injustices against Kashmiris on Jan 31, 2014, Friday, adding, Imams, Khateebs and other responsible citizens of the society are also being appealed to raise their voice against the verdict.Meanwhile in connection with the public contact programme, a high level hurriyat delegation led by senior leaders, Zaffar Akbar Bhat, Javaid Ahmad Mir, Imtiyaz Ahmad Reshi and others visited several places in Srinagar while Syed Bashir Andrabi visited Pulwama and apprised people about Hurriyat programmes and activities. The leaders said under the dynamic leadership of APHC Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, the conglomerate was engaged in political and diplomatic fronts on local and international level regarding the solution of Kashmir dispute.

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