Srinagar: The Chairman of hardline Hurriyat Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Friday spearheading the ongoing Quit Kashmir Movement issued a fresh protest calendar for next 10-days.
“It seems that New Delhi is not keen on normalising the situation in the valley as there has been no positive response to our five-point formula despite the fact that 45 days have passed,” the hardline Hurriyat Conference Chairman said in statement.
Hinting the tough schedules in the protests, Geelani said he cannot wait forever for the New Delhi to react to his suggestions.
The Hurriyat Chairman issued a fresh agitation calendar for the next 10 days. He has exempted October 17, 20 and 24 from the purview of strike and protests.
According to a statement received by Agence India Press, the conglomerate said there shall be no strike on October 17 (Sunday).
People have been asked to observe a complete strike on Monday and Tuesday (October 18, 19).
On October 18, the conglomerate said, “We urge people to march towards Palhalan in North Kashmir to show solidarity with those killed in the area during the current unrest and also sympathise with the residents, who have been under curfew for the past month.”
“People should march towards district head-quarters and offer Nimaz-e-Zuhar and hold sit-in demonstrations till Nima-e-Asar on October 19 (Tuesday),” the statement said.
There shall be no strike on October 20 (Wednesday).
Hurriyat (G) asked people to observe a complete strike on Thursday, Friday, Saturday (October 21, 22, 23).
“On October 21, people from districts should march towards district headquarters and people from Srinagar should march towards Lal Chowk (City Centre) to protest against the arrests that have taken place during the unrest,” the Hurriyat (G) statement said.
A day later on October 22, the conglomerate asked the people to march towards Bijbehara in South Kashmir “to show solidarity and remember those killed in the massacre that took place in 1993.”
On October 23, the Hurriyat asked people to commemorate the day “as Youme-e-Tahaafuz and hold peacefulprotest on roads from Nimaz-e-Zuhar to Nimaz-e-Asar”.
There shall be no strike on October 24 (Sunday).
Hurriyat asked people to observe a complete strike on Monday, Tuesday (October 25, 26).
October 25, people have been asked “to hold silent sit-ins against the atrocities committed by Indian troops and J&K Police, while on October 26, the day will be commemorated as Youme-Shaheeda (Martyrs Day) and show solidarity to those killed in the unrest and the present turmoil”.
On October 26, the statement said, “A foundation stone would be laid to a wall dedicated to martyrs at martyrs’ graveyard in Eidgah.
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