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Take back hartal call for March 16: Mirwaiz to Mutahida Ulema

Srinagar: Hurriyat (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Wednesday request Mitahida Ulema Council to take back the Hartal call given on March 16.

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In a tweet “Express my deep gratitude to Mutahida Ulema council J&K the Traders fraternity and the civil society members for there concern and support ,I however request Mutahida Ulema council to take back the hartal call for 16th March in this regard“, Mirwaiz said.

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