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Geelani, Mirwaiz, Yasin allowed to meet
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SRINAGAR, May 3: The state government today allowed a meeting of three senior separatist leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik at former’s residence at Hyderpora here.

While Geelani is under house arrest, Mirwaiz and Malik were allowed to go inside his residence for the meeting under the banner of joint resistance leadership.

A statement was issued in the evening which said in the joint consultation meeting the three leaders deliberated upon the recent appalling situations in state.

They criticised the state authorities for unleashing a reign of terror and un-proportionate and unjustified use of lethal weapons against innocent civilians. The separatist leaders alleged that the state authorities have turned the whole valley into a slaughter house.

Terming the killing of teenager student Umar Kumar at Tukawangam in Shopian as most unfortunate and deplorable, the leadership said they are deeply grieved over the killings of un-blossomed flowers.

Reiterating their pledged, the JRL said they are facing unbridled and arrogant power, saying “we will never forget sacrifices rendered by martyrs. “We are duty bound to carry their mission till its logical conclusion. We will never surrender and will pursue the mission of martyrs, despite terror unleashed by brutal authorities. Resistance leadership won’t allow any body to deceive nation and bargain against the sacrifices of martyrs,” they added.


News Updated at : Friday, May 4, 2018
 
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