In occupied Kashmir, the veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Geelani , has said that the Million March will be a clear message for Indian rulers, their agents in the territory and the world community that the people of Kashmir have not surrendered before the military occupation. 

Syed Ali Geelani in a statement in Srinagar said that Kashmir was an internationally recognised dispute and pending with the United Nations for last several decades.

He said that the World Body has also passed many resolutions on Kashmir.

He condemned the arrest spree in Kashmir Valley and use of excessive force against the pro-freedom people to stop the Million March in Srinagar on Saturday (November 7).

The Hurriyet leader termed the massive crackdown on Hurriyet leaders as frustration and acceptance of defeat by the Indian government.

Both the Houses will take up important issues for debate besides legislative business.   

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