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Handwara incident: Police detains Sheikh Abdul Rashid

Independent legislator from north Kashmir’s Kupwara district Sheikh Abdul Rashid was on Tuesday detained along with his supporters as they marched towards Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s residence here to protest the killings in Handwara. Rashid and the supporters of his Awami Ittehad Party (AIP) gathered near Sher-e-Kashmir Cricket Stadium and marched towards the Chief Minister’s residence in the high security Gupkar area, a police official said. Police swung into action and detained several of them, including Rashid, who reached the entry point to Gupkar Road. <!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Handwara town in north Kashmir and some adjoining areas have been under curfew-like restrictions since Tuesday last following allegations of molestation of a girl which triggered violence. Three persons including a woman were killed in firing by security forces on protesters last Tuesday, while two more persons were killed in action by security forces against protesters at Drugmulla and Nathnusa on Wednesday and Friday. Earlier, Rashid, who represents Langate assembly constituency, said Mehbooba should have shown courage and boycotted the Prime Minister s function at Katra in Jammu today. “We want to go to Mehbooba’s residence and remind her what she used to say when she was not in power but now is playing over dead bodies. If she had some courage, she should not have been there (at the PM s function). She should not have gone to Katra as a mark of protest,” Rashid told reporters.He said the people of Kashmir wanted punishment to the killers of the five people.”We want to tell Modi that we do not want to listen to your speeches. If you have courage or a little of humanity and if you truly want the people to get justice, then arrest those killers,” he said.The legislator said the removal of bunkers at Handwara was the “victory” of the people but it may not resolve the issue. The camp at Nathnusa too should be removed, he added.

Jammu and Kashmir: Mehbooba Mufti attends Republic Day function, her first since Sayeed’s death

PDP president Mehbooba Mufti on Tuesday made her maiden appearance at a public function since the death of her father Mufti Mohammad Sayeed by attending the Republic Day parade here. Mehbooba, who wore black shades and her trademark long gown, attended the parade at Srinagar’s Bakshi Stadium where Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Asghar Samoon presided over the function and unfurled the national tricolor. This was the first public appearance of the PDP president at an official function since Sayeed’s death on January 7, this year.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Mehbooba has been confined to her Gupkar residence since January 7, following which she left the house only twice — on January 10 and January 15 — to offer prayers at the grave of her father. National Conference working president Omar Abdullah, PDP MLC Naeem Akhtar and PDP MLAs Asiea Naqash and Anjum Fazili, a close friend of Mehbooba, were other politicians present at the function.

J&K CM Mohammed Mufti’s demise: Sonia Gandhi likely to visit Mehbooba in Kashmir tomorrow

Mir said the Congress president would visit the Gupkar residence of the Muftis in the afternoon and meet Mehbooba. However, she will not go to Bijbehara, Sayeed’s ancestral town where he was buried on Thursday, he said.

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