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Ban on Jama’at-e-Islami : JRL protests in Srinagar 

Srinagar : The Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) Friday held a protest demonstration in Srinagar demanding immediate release of political prisoners.

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Scores of members and activists of Hurriyat and JKLF assembled in Maisuma and chanted slogans “release all political prisoners” and ” ban on Jama’at-e-Islami is unacceptable”.

The protesters said that ban on religious organisation Jama’at-e- Islami is unacceptable, and strongly condemned it.

“Most of the religious leaders and JRL leadership has been detained by the police, we demand immediate release of all leaders,” the protesters said.


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