Modi will be arriving in Jammu and Kashmir on November 7 to inaugurate the second phase of Baglihar hydro power project which will be followed by a public rally in Srinagar, his first in the city after PDP-BJP formed the coalition government on March 1.
It is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally versus Hurriyat Hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s `Million March’ in Srinagar on November 7.While the Mufti Mohammad Sayeed led government is busy preparing for Modi’s rally at Sher-e-Kashmir cricket stadium, pro-Pakistan Hurriyat hawk Geelani has announced a parallel march to the neighbouring TRC grounds on the same day creating a tricky situation for the security establishment in Jammu and Kashmir.Modi will be arriving in Jammu and Kashmir on November 7 to inaugurate the second phase of Baglihar hydro power project which will be followed by a public rally in Srinagar, his first in the city after PDP-BJP formed the coalition government on March 1.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”More than a million people will participate in the rally and it will be a clear referendum proving the people’s support to the freedom movement. Geelani Sahab will invite all the top pro-freedom leaders to address the rally”, said Ayaz Akbar, spokesman of Geelani-led hardline faction of Hurriyat Conference.Hurriyat Conference has also decided to formally send a written communiqué to the deputy commissioner, Srinagar assuring that the march will be peaceful and not affect Modi’s rally on that day.”Hurriyat Conference will take the responsibility that the million march will be peaceful and disciplined. The event will not create any law and order problem. The million march will in no way affect the public rally of the Indian Prime Minister and the people desirous to participate in his rally will not be stopped or hindered”, Ayaz said.The spokesman noted that both the public rallies will decide that how many people are with India and how many support the freedom struggle.”Hurriyat Conference want to give a peaceful message through this march to the world as well as the Indian Prime Minister that the freedom struggle of Kashmiris is neither terrorism nor a communal movement. People of Kashmir have launched a just struggle for their birthright”, he said.Hurriyat spokesman said preparation for the million march have started from Thursday and all the Hurriyat constituents will be activated for this purpose.”Mr Modi should understand that the Kashmiris are not warmongers but a peace-loving nation. Rulers of India should fulfil the promises made with the Kashmiri people on national and international fora”, he said.Meanwhile the Jammu and Kashmir government on Thursday ordered that nine departments would set up camp offices in civil secretariat, Srinagar to coordinate the arrangements for the visit of the Prime Minister. “These offices will remain operational in Srinagar between November 2 and November 7”, an official spokesman said
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