Srinagar: The Hurriyat Conference (G) Saturday issued a fresh protest program for the next six days as part of its “Quit Kashmir campaign” against the recent killings by paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and police in the Valley.
A spokesman of the conglomerate said that an executive council meeting was held here under the chairman of general secretary Masrat Alam Bhat to decide the future course of agitation. He said that the meeting decided that there would a complete strike on Sunday (July 11).
“We urge people to observe civil curfew on Monday while on July 13 (Martyrs’ Day), people should assemble at the shrine of Khaja Sahib (Khawajabazar Nowhatta) and march towards Eidgah.”
“On Wednesday and Thursday, we urge people to stage sit-in protests on roads in their respective localities,” he said,
“On July 16, Friday, people are appealed to wear white cloths and stage protests in their respective district headquarters.”
“For people in Srinagar, Batamaloo has been designated as headquarter and we appeal people to protest there,” he added.