The veteran Hurriyet leader Syed Ali Gilani has strongly condemned India and its puppet regime for imposing restrictions in the occupied Kashmir to prevent the peaceful Sopore march programmes.

The Hurriyet leaders had called for the march to express solidarity with the families of six innocent civilians killed by Indian armed agents during the last few weeks in different areas of Sopore.

Syed Ali Gilani in a statement said that Mufti Sayeed-led communal regime had broken all the records of suppression and left no political space for dissent.

Meanwhile, a complete shutdown was observed in Islamabad town on Saturday to mark the martyrdom anniversary of noted religious scholar Dr Qazi Nisar Ahmad.

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