Mehdi raises questions over ban lifting on Muharram processions



In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, National Conference leader, Agha Ruhullah Mehdi has raised serious questions over the lifting of ban on annual Muharram processions after a gap of thirty years.

Agha Ruhullah Mehdi, taking to Twitter, said that the isolated decision, which comes at a time when all religious gatherings across the Kashmir valley had been barred, raises more questions than it answers.

In a thread on his Twitter handle, Ruhullah Me-hdi wrote, ”There is list of decisions-taken in circu-lation, in which, if my reading of this order is cor-rect, the administration has decided to allow the 10th Muharram procession from Abiguzar to Lal Chowk after a gap of 30 years.—KMS

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