SRINAGAR: February 17, 2017: All Parties Hurriyat Conference chairman, Syed Ali Geelani who continues to be under house detention, was not again allowed to offer Friday prayers by police. Condemning the autocratic and egoistic behaviour of rulers and its authorities, a spokesman of the Huriyat, in a statement today, said the amalgam chairman is not being allowed to offer Friday prayers for the last so many years. It was in Omer Abdula’s regime that curbs and restrictions were imposed and pro-freedom leader was barred from offering prayers. This practice was followed by then Chief Minister, late Mufti Syed, said spokesman and now Mehbooba Mufti too is following the same policy. Meanwhile Huriyat Conference while strongly condemning state authorities said that coalition led by PDP & BJP has turned state virtually in a big jail & more than six hundred pro-freedom leaders and activists are still languishing in different jails .Commenting over the continuous detention of resistance leaders and activists including Sheikh Mohamad Yousef, Ab Subhan Wani, Mohamad Rustum Bhat, Amir hamza Shah, Ab. Khaliq Regu, Ab. Rehman Tantray, Bashir Ahmad Sofi, Sheikh Mohammad Ramzan, Mohamad Shaban Dar, Nazir Ahmad Ganai, Mohamad Yusuf Lone, Ab Majid Rather, Hakim-u-Rehman Sultani, Nazir Ahmad War, Mohammad Ashraf War, Abdul Manan, Lateef Ahmad Kalo,Gh Mohidin Pundit, Sajad Ahmad War, Nazir Ahmad Tantrey ,Mohamad Abdullah Bhat, Ab Salam Mir ,Mohamad Ramzan Bhat , Farooq Ahmad Sofi, Gh Nabi Najar & Sajad Ahmad Mir ,Huriyat said that most of those detained are elderly. Huriyat while furnishing details about prisoners said that more than hundred were bailed out by court, however police didn’t release them and are lodged in police lockups. Huriyat said PSA was slapped again on forty detainees & those detainees who served & completed detention period are illegally detained without assigning any reason. Most of the detainees after furnishing bail documents were not released, instead booked against fresh and baseless allegations and FIR stand registered against them, thereby prolonging their detention, said spokesman. Huriyat conference in its appeal to organisation for human rights asked to take cognizance of pitiable plight of detainees and use their influence for their release.