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Saturday, July 2, 2011

BOTH SIDE VIEWS: Syed Ali Gilani'S House Arrest by http://nation.com.pk & http://www.indianexpress.com

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01)  Authorities trying to disconnect me from people: Syed Ali Gilani

Authorities trying to disconnect me from people: Syed Ali Gilani

In occupied Kashmir, veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani has said that the occupation authorities are using house arrest as a tool to disconnect him from the people.

According to KMS, Syed Ali Gilani in a media interview in Srinagar said that placing him under house arrest despite puppet Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah’s statement clearly showed that police was at the helm of affairs in the occupied territory. “The authorities are leaving no stone unturned to de-link me from my people by using the house arrest as a tool. If the Government can hold a senior leader like me hostage on gun-point, the fate of common Kashmiris can be imagined,” he said.

The veteran Hurriyet leader said that he was scheduled to address a rally at Humhama on Friday to mark the death anniversary of people killed there during last year’s uprising. He said that thousands of people were scheduled to participate in the rally during which the forum would have pressed for release of political prisoners. “However, as I stepped out of my house, a heavy contingent of police stopped me saying I have been placed under house arrest,” he added.


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02) Gilani asks parties to support govt efforts on Kashmir

Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has asked opposition parties to back his government's efforts on the Kashmir issue so that a strong case on it can be presented to the world community.
"The opposition should gracefully accept their defeat in the (Pakistan-occupied) Kashmir polls and back the government's efforts on the Kashmir cause so that we can strongly present its case to the world," said Gilani.
Lasting peace in the region could not be achieved till a solution to the Kashmir issue is found, Gilani said while talking to a group of journalists at his residence here yesterday.


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