Srinagar, February 23,2017 CNS: Chairman Huriyat Conference, Syed Ali Geelani expressed his deep concern over the suspension of Masarat Allam’s bail order and said that judiciary is the last resort to seek justice for supressed citizens, however this institution is being used to accomplish endorse the brutal policies of state machinery. Demanding immediate release of detained leader, Syed Ali Geelani said that Allam’s detention as political vendetta & there is no constitutional & moral justification for his continuous detention. Blaming State administration for following the footsteps of their Delhi masters, Geelani said that local administration is incompetent to take any bold decision in this regard. Syed Ali Geelani while hailing Masarat Allam for his exemplary valour, said that he is a born devotee for freedom movement and he is a person who has been always at the forefront. We want to maintain that Masarat Allam is being detained simply after a media trial.
Syed Ali Geelani said that he was arrested in 2015, just few days after his release and there were no substantiate grounds for his detention as he had done nothing wrong. He participated in pro-freedom rally and after raising voice in favour of freedom movement. It was after the Indian biased media exerted pressure, that Mufti Syed’s led regime arrested him, said Huriyat.
Masarat Allam is in illegal detention and It is quite unfair & injustice, said Syed Ali Geelani and his continuous detention is unjustified and illegal. Blaming PDP BJP for their deceit, Syed Ali Geelani said they are making him scapegoat for their political gains & to secure their coalition interests.
His continuous detention tantamount to violation of human rights, said Geelani and it is very strange that judicial intuitions are being used as a tool to fulfil political interests of coalition regime. Courts are supposed to provide justice; however, they are endorsing the interests of state rulers, said Geelani.
Appealing Amnesty International and human rights organisation to take cognizance of his detention and realize their assigned specific duties. (CNS)