House arrests, detentions can’t dent Kashmir struggle: TeH

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Srinagar—Tehreek-e-Hurriyet Jammu and Kashmir (TeH) has strongly denounced the continued house arrest and illegal detentions of its leaders in their houses and in different police stations across the territory.
The TeH in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the puppet authorities continued to keep the party leader, Peer Saifullah, under house arrest for the past three days. It said that the authorities had detained other leaders including Syed Imtiyaz Haider, Fayyaz Ahmed Daas, Aashiq Hussain Narchor, Shabbir Ahmed Baba, Aadil Ahmed Waggey, Ishfaq Ahmed Kotwal, Faizan Hakeem, Daniyal and Mushtaq Ahmed Harra in various police stations.
The statement said that Indian police had shifted Shakeel Ahmed Thokar to some undisclosed destination and his family members had serious apprehensions about his safety.
The TeH statement termed these detentions as political vendetta by Indian stooges. It said that such pressure tactics had failed to suppress the resolve of Kashmiri people to continue their liberation struggle during the past osver sixty seven years and would meet the same fate in the future as well. It said that the ongoing freedom movement would be continued till it reached its logical conclusion.
Meanwhile, a spokesman of Democratic Freedom Party in a statement also condemned the arbitrary arrests in Islamabad district in view of the so-called elections saying that these sham polls conducted under the shadow of gun and after caging the resistance leadership had no meaning. “By doing so, the ruling class has accepted defeat,” he said.
He said that Advocate Fayaz Ahmad Sodagar and Engineer Farooq Ahmad Khan would represent DFP in the Iftaar dinner being hosted by Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi on Saturday.—KMS

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