Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (g) chairperson Syed Ali Geelani tried to move out of his residence to take out ‘Srinagar Million march’ but was detained by police.
Hurriyat sources said that Geelani tried to move out of his residence Saturday around 1 PM, however, “police detained him and he has been lodged in Humhama police station”.
Notably, Geelani is under house arrest for past several months.
He had called for “Srinagar million march” to counter PM Modi’s Srinagar rally.
But authorities imposed curfew-like restrictions in the summer capital and blocked all the roads leading to the city by concertina wires.
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