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Srinagar: Veteran separatist chief Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Monday introduced his dissociation from the faction of the Hurriyat Conference that he floated in 2003 by implementing a vertical break up within the amalgam.
In a four-line letter and an audio message to the media, a spokesperson for the 90-year-old chief mentioned, “Geelani has announced complete dissociation from Hurriyat Conference forum.”
Geelani has written an in depth letter to all constituent components of the amalgam in regards to the causes behind his choice to depart the Hurriyat Conference, of which he had been nominated as a lifetime chairman, he mentioned.
Geelani mentioned the actions of Hurriyat Conference members at the moment in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir had been being investigated by the amalgam for varied allegations.
“The activities of these representatives were limited now to seeking access to assemblies and ministries for joining the government there (PoK). Some members were expelled while others started holding their own meetings. These activities were endorsed by you (constituents) by holding a meeting here to endorse their decisions,” Geelani mentioned in his two-page letter.
He referred to inaction by the Hurriyat members publish the abrogation of the particular standing of Jammu and Kashmir, and the division of the erstwhile state into two Union territories.
“I sent messages to you through various means so that the next course of action could be decided but all my efforts (to get in touch) went in vain. Now that the sword of accountability is hanging over your heads for the financial and other irregularities, you thought of calling the advisory committee meeting,” he alleged.
Geelani mentioned he was pressured by the constituent events in 2003 to take over the reins of the Hurriyat Conference and later, made lifetime chairman.
“The lack of discipline and other shortcomings were ignored and you did not allow a robust accountability system to be established over the years but today, you have crossed all limits and indulged in rebellion against the leadership,” he added.
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