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Hurriyat (G) terms shifting of political detainees outside valley as worst example of 'state-terrorism'

'State authorities are frustrated, has lost all its moral and ethical values'


Srinagar, Feb 08 (KNS): While terming the shifting of political detainees outside the valley as worst example of state-terrorism, Hurriyat Conference (G) said that state authorities are frustrated and has lost all its moral and ethical values.
Strongly condemning the shifting of political leaders and activists to outside valley including Raiees Ahmad Mir, Nasir Abdullah Ganie, Danish Ahmad, Hakeem Showkat and Masood Ahmad to Hiranagar, Udhampur, Kotbalwal, Kuthwa and Udhampur jails.
Hurriyat Conference (G) also condemned the arrests of its leaders and workers a head of JRL programme which include G. A. Gulzar, Mohammad Ashraf Laya, Umar Aadil Dar, Syed Imtiyaz Hyder and several others.
Terming shifting as political vendetta, Hurriyat (G) said that it is unjustified and unconstitutional and while referring to Supreme court ruling, Hurriyat (G) said that all detainees are to be lodged near to his home locality or the state he belongs, saying this is the lone place where the people are being kept under custody thousands of miles away from their homes and this makes their families to suffer more.
Strongly condemning the highhandedness and lawlessness of the state administration against political leaders, Hurriyat said that they are in jails for the past several years.
Hurriyat Conference (G) appealed the ICRC and other Human Rights Organizations to come to the rescue of these detainees and take notice of this lawlessness and added that these agencies must raise their voice against the unabated use of PSA by state authorities in occupied state. (KNS)