Kashmiri leaders detained after call for march against Modi’s Srinagar visit


Occupied Kashmir government, governed by Delhi on Monday initiated a crackdown after All Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) called for million march on Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi’s arrival.

According to report, the puppet government has launched a crackdown against freedom seekers. Syed Ali Geelani had called for a march against Modi’s Srinagar visit.

Different Hurriyat leaders including Yasin Malik and Shabbir Ahmed Shah have been detained after the call. Geelani has been put under house arrest.

According to Indian media, Modi is scheduled to visit Srinagar on November 7. Separately, shutter down strike in Kulgam has entered the fourth day after Indian forces gunned down a youth.

The Indian PM will inaugurate Baglihar II Power Project in Ramban district while address a rally in Srinagar.

Chief Minister (CM) Mufti Mohammad has termed the upcoming visit a ‘turning point’ in Indian-held Kashmir. He said that Kashmiris have high expectations from the PM’s visit. He was confident that Modi is eyeing an overall development of Kashmir.

The CM denounced any confrontation between the neighbouring countries as any hostility would have its repercussions in Kashmir.