Posted Tue, 07/27/2010 – 22:15
Srinagar, July 27 : In occupied Kashmir, Indian police have registered a case against a dozen doctors of Government Medical College (GMC) Srinagar for staging a peaceful sit-in against human rights violations by Indian troops in the territory.
A senior police official told mediamen that a case has been registered against the doctors, most of whom are doing their post-graduation from the GMC, in Karan Nagar police station. The doctors on Saturday had staged the sit-in, call for which was given by the forum patronised by veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani in connection with its ‘Quit Kashmir Movement’.(agencies)
On the other hand, the Employees Joint Action Committee has threatened massive protests if the FIR registered against its President, Abdul Qayoom Wani for leading protest demonstrations against human rights violations in the territory, was not immediately withdrawn.
Police have registered a case against Abdul Qayoom Wani in Shaheed Gunj police station for organising protests on the call of the forum patronised by Syed Ali Gilani against the human rights abuses and arrest of innocent youth. »