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Mirwaiz disallowed to address news conference

Srinagar, February 27  : Authorities on Wednesday barred Hurriyat Conference (M) Chief, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq to address media persons at his residence in Nigeen.

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Mirwaiz was not allowed today to address media persons today.

The journalists who were waiting outside Mirwaiz’s Nigeen residence were not allowed to cover the presser and enter into Mirwaiz’s residence.


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