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‘Secretariat Chalo’ tomorrow, strike to continue till killings stop: JRL Traders, lawyers, students, employees asked to join the protest sit-in

Srinagar, May 06 (Kashmir 24x7 ): Hours after the killing of five militants in a gunfight in Badigm village of Shopian district and equal number of civilian in the same area the Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) called for ‘Secretariat Chalo’ to protest ‘continuing bloodshed in Kashmir’ on Monday (tomorrow)

Announcing the JRL protest program, Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq took to micro blogging social networking website twitter said “Words fail to express the pain of the tragedy unfolding in #Shopian as the count of the brutally killed by Indian forces keeps rising!Tomorrow as the “Durbar“of our killers opens in srinagar,leadership and people from all walks,Traders,lawyers,students,employees and others will…”.
In another tweet, Mirwaiz wrote “…move towards civil secretariat and will sit in a peaceful dharna till the daily carnage is not stopped. The protest strike will continue. (JRL)”.KASHMIR 24X7 

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