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Geelani is stable, says family

Admin restores mobile internet in Kashmir

February 14, 2020 | SIKANDER KHAN/SRINAGAR

Authorities on Thursday resumed mobile internet service, a day after the uncertainty over the deteriorating health conditions of Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Geelani triggered rumours and panic in Kashmir.
Mobile internet was once again suspended on Wednesday evening as a statement by All Parties Hurriyat Conference’s Pakistan office confirmed his failing health condition.
“More than a decade long continued detention has taken a heavy toll on the health [and] in addition to general physical weakness, his chest infection is not satisfactorily responding to treatment,” the statement said.
However, the family of Geelani, 90,said his condition is stable for now.
Authorities have already discussed a plan of action in case of the popular leader's death as his funeral procession is expected to draw a sea of supporters, and could turn into a demonstration against Indian rule.
Geelani has been under house arrest since 2010 in Hyderpora area of Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. He has only been allowed to move for medical emergencies, the alliance said.
Geelani suffers many ailments including heart disease, chest congestion and prostate problems, among over a dozen issues. One of his kidneys has been removed.
The deployment of Indian troops has also been increased at "vulnerable places in Kashmir", according to Press Trust of India.
Mobile Internet service was restored in Kashmir on Thursday afternoon.
“Adequate number of security forces has been deployed at vulnerable places in Kashmir to maintain law and order and prevent miscreants from fomenting any trouble,” a senior police officer said.

 

 

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Geelani is stable, says family

Admin restores mobile internet in Kashmir

February 14, 2020 | SIKANDER KHAN/SRINAGAR

Authorities on Thursday resumed mobile internet service, a day after the uncertainty over the deteriorating health conditions of Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Geelani triggered rumours and panic in Kashmir.
Mobile internet was once again suspended on Wednesday evening as a statement by All Parties Hurriyat Conference’s Pakistan office confirmed his failing health condition.
“More than a decade long continued detention has taken a heavy toll on the health [and] in addition to general physical weakness, his chest infection is not satisfactorily responding to treatment,” the statement said.
However, the family of Geelani, 90,said his condition is stable for now.
Authorities have already discussed a plan of action in case of the popular leader's death as his funeral procession is expected to draw a sea of supporters, and could turn into a demonstration against Indian rule.
Geelani has been under house arrest since 2010 in Hyderpora area of Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. He has only been allowed to move for medical emergencies, the alliance said.
Geelani suffers many ailments including heart disease, chest congestion and prostate problems, among over a dozen issues. One of his kidneys has been removed.
The deployment of Indian troops has also been increased at "vulnerable places in Kashmir", according to Press Trust of India.
Mobile Internet service was restored in Kashmir on Thursday afternoon.
“Adequate number of security forces has been deployed at vulnerable places in Kashmir to maintain law and order and prevent miscreants from fomenting any trouble,” a senior police officer said.

 

 


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