The Kashmir Center

Naqshband Sahib Chalo; Mirwaiz defies house detention, detained

In Accordance with the joint resistance program of the “Naqshband Sahib Chalo” call given by Joint Resistance Leadership to commemorate the Martyrdom anniversary of the Martyrs of 13 July 1931 and to pay homage to all Martyrs of Kashmir.

Chairman Hurriyat Conference (M) Mirwaiz Umar Farooq was detained outside his Nigeen residence as soon as he tried to march towards the Martyrs Graveyard, Naqshband Sahib shrine at Khawaja Bazar in old City Srinagar. Police detained the Mirwaiz and lodged him at Nigeen police station.

Meanwhile, a heavy deployment of police and paramilitary forces has been carried out in Srinagar city with all roads leading to the Naqshband Sahib.


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