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Srinagar, Aug 17: APHC chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq addressing the Friday congregation at historic Jama Masjid said that if any adverse decision comes from the Supreme Court of India on August 27, a mass agitation will be launched forthwith. Reiterating that people are mentally and physically ready to hit the streets in such a case, he said that people and leadership are geared up to protest and defend it at every cost as it is a matter of our very existence. Mirwaiz said that mobilisation at all level including at the grassroots level of Masjid and Mohalla Committees needs to be undertaken to launch a mass agitation with full force which is being done. He said every person man or woman has to play his role and be ready to defend their very existence.
Strongly denouncing the fresh notices issued to the Syed Ali Geelani and Muhammad Yasin Malik by the enforcement directorate, APHC Chairman Mirwaiz Muhammad Farooq said that these ploys have outlived their effectiveness and people of J&K are well aware of the motive behind them which is to intimidate and malign the leadership by New Delhi .He said it is naive to think that leadership can be pressurized by it or will give up leading the struggle.
Mirwaiz said that last year, NIA was used to book resistance leaders and activists in fake and fabricated cases who are since then lodged in notorious Tihar Jail in New Delhi under sub-human conditions and now ED is used as a fresh tool against the resistance leadership for this purpose.
Mirwaiz strongly condemned the nocturnal raids in various parts of Kashmir especially in South Kashmri where frequent search operations have become a routine affair to vandalize homes and harass inmates.
Mirwaiz said that people of Kashmir have shown their resilient metal in face of severe repression against them by Indian forces and New Delhi should by now realize there is no way repression will cow us down or make us accept subjugation. He said the struggle for achieving the right of Self-determination will continue until our just goal is achieved.
Mirwaiz also urged people to observe Eid-ul Azha with austerity and to reach out to poor and destitute to ensure their participation the festival of sacrifices.
Mirwaiz announced that Eid-ul-Azha prayers will be offered at 9 am at Eidgah grounds and majlis waz o tableeg will commence from 8 am. Mirwaiz appealed people to donate the hides of sacrificial animals to Anjuman-e-Nusratul Islam.
Meanwhile, a protest rally was taken out at Jamia Masjid against the assault on the state subject law And against the ill-treatment meted out to Kashmiri prisoners lodged in different jails in and outside Kashmir.