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Will mark August 5 as black day with protests: PDP


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Srinagar, August 3 (KNS):  PDP leader and  secretary Abdul Hameed Kosheen said that PDP will mark August 5 as black day and would protest on that day.
He was flanked by other senior leaders Abdul Rouf Bhat, Haji Parvez Ex VC SRTC, Ahmed Abdul Gani Naseem ex MLA, Dr Harbaksh Singh additional spokesman and Arif laigaroo youth  secretary, Dr Ali Mohammad Ex Vc Handicraft and several others said during a presser here.
He called the August 5 decesion Unconstitutional, undemocratic, barbaric.
" August 5 decesion internationalised Kashmir issue. Now world is worried for its solution." he said.
He added that "Whatever the programmes we will chalk for the day will be shared with media persons. We have called for the meeting today for finalizing the program."
On being asked whether politicians were scared of talking for a year, he said," In whole India Media, court are scared. Tell me who is not scared here. Our leader Mehbooba Mufti is still in jail, others who were released are still under house arrest. This has not happened with other parties. We are being punished for our agenda. Everyone knows how a particular party leaders are provided vehicles and security. You should highlight this."
He further said that it was difficult for their leaders to go to PDP office and raise voice against Government, he said in response to a question why PDP didn't raise voice for almost a year after August 5.
Another PDP spokesperson Dr Shanty Singh said PDP doesn't accept the democratic 'fraud" committed on August 5 with the people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh.
"This is mandate of the party," he said.
He added that PDP will inform about the mode and place of protest with the media persons after a decesion is taken in today's meeting.
"Keeping muslims leaders detained on the eve of Eid is unfortunate and leaving leaders of other parties is intolerable."
" Government is not allowing movement of first, second and even third rung leadership of PDP. This is being done with leaders of our party only."
We will fight for the rights of people of J&K Kashmir till last day through democratic and judicial means.
"Whatever we will do, we will do it peacefully," he said.
He added that they have pinned hope on the Supreme Court which he says will provide justice to people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh.
He also clarified that Gupkar declaration is still valid for PDP.
" We will request others also to abide by that declaration," Dr Singh said
He also called extension of detention of Mehbooba Mufti as black spot on the face of democracy.
"We are happy on giving sacrifices for the our stand for the cause. We ready for sacrifices for this," he told KNS.
Another senior PDP leader, Rouf Bhat said that PDP patron Mehbooba Mufti won't break with the extension of her detention.
"neither she will bow nor she will get tired with extention of her detention.
Similarly neither people of J&K won't do sell out nor get tired in their fight for their rights," he said.

Meanwhile, Youth secretary  Arif Laigoroo said that it is unfortunate  that some senior leaders who were released   earlier has been put under house detention  (KNS) 



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