No shutdown tommorrow, focus on online campaigns: MMM

Srinagar, March 08: Mutahiddda-Majlis-Mashawarat (United Advisory Council) of Kashmir resistance groups has condemned the imposition of curfew in Kashmir region, while flayed authorities for ‘disallowing’ people to offer Friday prayers in central Jamia Masjid. MMM, however, has not asked people to observe any shutdown tomorrow.

The resistance council has also condemned the arrests, and alleged ransacking of houses by forces, and has said “the sentiments of people cannot be muzzled by the use of force.”
The MMM has appealed people to start an online campaign on internet and social networking websites on Saturday for the return of mortal remains of Muhammad Maqbool Bhat and Parliament attack convict Muhammad Afzal Guru — both hanged and buried in New Delhi’s Tihar prison.
It has also appealed people to change their profile pictures and upload Bhat’s and Guru’s pictures.


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