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Will fight tooth and nail to defend article 35A: JRL


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Joint Resistance Leadership comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik once again reiterated that any tinkering with the State subject law through judicial route will be resisted tooth and nail by the people of entire state.

In a statement issued here, the Leadership said that the case regarding article 35 A is again coming up for hearing in the supreme court on March 6 and 7. A high level delegation of bar association lawyers has already reached Delhi who will be monitoring and defending it .The team will keep Leadership intimated and people will be likewise informed.

The Leadership said that in the past also many efforts were made and many ploys employed to damage the disputed status of Kashmir but people through their stiff resistance always foiled such designs and this time also, if any adverse move is made in this regard , people and leading are fully ready to resist it .

Leadership also paid glowing tributes to two armed youth Adfar Fayaz Parray and Irfan Ahmed Rather killed in an encounter with the government forces in Tral area of South Kashmir stating that it is very painful that youth pushed to the wall are taking to arms and losing life. The Leadership strongly condemned forces action in Tral where live ammunition was used against the people resulting in the grave injuries to 25 year old youth Farooq Ahmed and prayed for his speedy recovery.

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