Chairman APHC Syed Ali Geelani on Saturday while lashing at administration, said that restrictions and other cowardice tactics designed against political activities in state and disallowing resistance leadership to court arrest before the NIA in Delhi, signifies a moral victory for resistance camp.

Though the state police chief DGP Mr Vaid in his statement had said that ‘’resistance leaders are free to go anywhere”, however contrary to his statement, Syed Ali Geelani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq were placed under house arrest and heavy contingent of police were deployed outside their residences, statement said. Huriyat said that police arrested Mohd Yasin Malik and shifted him to central jail Srinagar.

  Resistance leaders had decided to court arrest before NIA in new Delhi for its highhandedness, revival of Ikhwan type bullying and intimidations against leadership and people, however Indian authorities didn’t allow them to take to this democratic step, added Geelani in its statement.

It is the power of arrogance, said Huriyat and while lashing at authorities, added that affaires of puppet regime and police are looked after and run by authorities in Delhi. They are too insignificant that even CM and DGP are not sure about their destiny, statement said.

The lawlessness is at its peak and while citing the interference of New Delhi, Huriyat said that JKLF chief, Mohd Yasin Malik was initially sent to jail on police remand, was set free and however rearrested during midnight.

Geelani said that India's national investigation agency NIA’s is running a defamatory campaign against leadership and people and while calling it psychological crackdown, added that its main aim is to make people scare and supress their freedom sentiments.

We won’t succumb to the pressure and will fight tooth and nail against the campaign launched by NIA and its sinister designs, added Geelani.

Geelani condemned the uncalled action against Prof A.R Geelani, saying it brute and unjustified step and added that he was supposed to receive resistance leadership at Delhi airport.

Syed Ali Geelani appealed UNO and international agencies for human rightist to take Suo Moto action against the barbaric acts and asked to take cognizance of unabated human rightist violations in occupied state.

Reiterating its appeal for civil curfew on September 10 ,against the visit of home minister of India, Hurriyat said that oppressive measures and military might can never supress the resilience and resolve of the people, nor pressure tactics and bullying of NIA can force leadership to participate in so-called dialogue process.

It is as such suggested and it is wise to concentrate on core issue related to Kashmir, Geelani said and added that it is not a border issue, instead issue related to humans, hence it is needed to resolve it as per UN resolutions and in its right perspective.