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Geelani, Shabir under house arrest
Curfew continues in Pulwama third day
HILAL AHMAD
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SRINAGAR, Dec 30: Curfew continued for the third consecutive day today at Pulwama town. Some senior separatist leaders including Shabir Ahmad Shah and Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai have been placed under house arrest ahead of tomorrow’s Valley wide general strike.

Large number of police and paramilitary forces were enforcing curfew at Pulwama for the third consecutive day today. They were not allowing the people to move out of their houses.

The men in uniform continued to seal all the entry and exit points of Pulwama. Shopian-Pulwama, Srinagar-Pulwama, Awantipora-Pulwama and Newkhanda-Pulwama roads continued to be blocked by cops using armoured vehicles and barbed wire.

Curfew was imposed in the town after police and security forces alleged opened fire on protestors at Chandigam and Pulwama town injuring 13 persons including a boy. The people were protesting against the alleged atrocities by forces during a search operation at Chandigam. Two militants were also killed there during an encounter. Protestors had damaged a number of government vehicles on that day. A senior officer from civil administration, his PSO and driver were also injured in stone pelting.

Unlike yesterday no clash was reported today from any part of the curfew bound town. Yesterday the protestors had clashed with police at Muran Chowk leading to tear gassing and lathi-charge.

In view of tomorrow’s general strike call given by both factions of Hurriyat Conference, security arrangments were tightened further in Pulwama to foil any attempt by separatists to march towards the town. Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Shabir Ahmad Shah, Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai and Nayeem Ahmad Khan are under house arrest.

Additional deployment of forces has been also made at sensitive areas of this city and some other towns as a precautionary measure.

The authorities said curfew will continue in Pulwama tomorrow also. A decision about relaxing the curfew will be taken tomorrow only after reviewing the security situation.

The call for the Valley wide general strike was given tomorrow by both factions of Hurriyat Conference. It was supported by Muslim Khawateen Markaz, JKLF (H) Democratic Political Movement and Salvation Movement.



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News Updated at : Monday, December 31, 2012
 
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