Amidst the ban, Geelani overturned the Freedom Council

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Srinagar: Amidst the impending murmur exile in both the separatist factions Freedom Conference, ailing Vice Chancellor Syed Ali Shah GilaniHis relatives seemed to be shielding themselves from the glare of the administration by hurriedly removing the Hurriyat standard from the three-storey annex of their palatial family home in Srinagar’s Hyderpura district.
The move comes in sharp contrast to a challenge from the Mirwais Umar Farooq-led Hurriyat faction, which acted on an alleged plan that involved the “sale” of medical and engineering chairs in Pakistan to students from Kashmir and diversion of proceeds for separatist activities. Is. Pakistan, Jammu and Kashmir. The under house arrest Mirwais said on Monday that his organization has transparently sent students from Kashmir to study medicine or engineering not only in Pakistan but also in Saudi Arabia, Malaysia and Turkey.
“The advertisement is completely baseless and may be accepted by verifiable students or parents, many of whom are from financially weaker departments,” he said.
While two Hurriyat factions closed their offices in Raj Bagh after the abrogation of Article 370 in August 2019, the Marvez-led Awami Action Committee reopened its headquarters in February 2020. The property was believed to be owned by the Marvez faction in a residential neighborhood in Srinagar. Acquired through hawala channels in 2000. Twenty-six separatist groups working under the umbrella of the entire party Hurriyat Congress used to have offices in Raj Bagh till the events of August 2019. Since then, the Hurriyat Hurriyat’s official address has been linked to Geelani’s residence.
Sources said the board of the Moving Freedom and Milli Trust set up by Geelani was removed on Sunday night on the orders of his son Dr. Naeem. This was almost immediately after news of the Centre’s possible plan to ban several separatist air organizations under Section 3(1) of the Unlawful Activities Act (Prevention). The Freedom Group was formed in 1993 with 26 groups. Among Hurriyat constituents, Center bans Islamic group and JKLF UAPA in 2019.

About the author: Cory Weinberg

Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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