Amnesty a political stunt, drafted in Nagpur: Geelani

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By Fast Kashmir on 25/11/2017.

Amnesty a political stunt, drafted in Nagpur: Geelani
Expresses grief over Egypt attack

Srinagar, Nov 25: Blaming authorities in Delhi, local government and judiciary for their apathetic and bias approach towards prisoners, Syed Ali Geelani said that these prisoners are meted out with ill treatment and their basic rights denied and trampled.

Saturday Geelani said that it is sheer violation of human rights and expressed his deep concern, saying those people in power corridors are ignorant about revolutionary politics, hence can’t feel the pain for those detained by them.

Geelani in a statement issued to KNS strongly condemned the partial and bias approach of Indian leaders and said that instead of taking serious and sincere steps for resolution of Kashmir issue, they are treating it as mere “law and order problem’’.

Referring to so-called general amnesty, Geelani said that it is a mere political stunt, drafted in Nagpur headquarters in a bid to label those pursuing freedom movement ,as stone pelters.

Geelani said Indian authorities and their puppets in state feel annoyed and dejected when 2008 to year 2016 people vehemently came on roads, resenting forced occupation and FIR’s were filed against thousands of youth and later a few were released against hefty ransom.
Thousands were arrested and despite court orders were rearrested, said Geelani.

Geelani in his appeal to international organisations for human rights urged to take cognizance of rights violations, saying they should raise their voice for those facing state terror and added that people in state are worst sufferers.

This is the sheer violation of human rights, said Geelani and strongly condemned the detention and slapping PSA on its party assistant secretary general, Mohamad Yusuf Mir.

Syed Ali Geelani expressed his deep grief over the demise of sister of incarcerated leader Wahid Ahmad Mir, saying his mother was slain during ongoing freedom movement and while extending his condolences, said that grieved family has rendered praiseworthy services for resistance movement.

Geelani while expressing deep concern and grief over the loss of lives in the suicidal bomb attack on the devotees in an Egypt and extended his sympathy and condolences to bereaved families.

“Those involved in these heinous attacks are not human beings and we demanded exemplary and stringent action against culprits. It is a well-thought-out conspiracy and Muslims are mercilessly being massacred in every nook and corner of world, said Geelani.

Terrorism in every form and place is condemnable and no religion, particularly Islam, has any place for actions like these, said Geelani and added that it is very sad and unfortunate and added that it is a big conspiracy to promote sectarianism in Muslim Ummah.

Geelani on Saturday expressed deep grief over the demise of Dr Mohammad Ashraf (Peer Bagh) and while praying for eternal peace to departed soul, expressed condolence & solidarity with the bereaved family.

Meanwhile on the directions of Syed Ali Geelani, a delegation led by Bashir Ahmad Qureshi visited grieved family and extended condolences. (KNS)