Attempts being made to ruin future of students: Geelani
Srinagar, Apr 23: Hurriyat-G chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Monday condemned the state authorities for closing private coaching centers, saying that the move illustrated government’s egoistic approach.
Accusing the State administration of following “RSS agenda”, he said that the “dictatorial order was aimed at ruining the future of students.”
In a press release issued today, Geelani also accused authorities of hatching conspiracies and said that they had failed to deliver any good and their activities were purely efforts to “please their masters in New Delhi”.
“All orders are being issued from Nagpur” Geelani was quoted as saying.
He added that the State authorities were pushing youth to the wall. “It is ridiculous and shameful for these stooges to blame students for stone-throwing,” Geelani said, adding that the State directives carry no sense.
“The authorities while destroying all sectors including business, education and economic activities were also fomenting trouble and making situations explosive,” he alleged.
Referring to private coaching centres, Geelani said “exceptions are everywhere and leaving aside a few drawbacks, these institutions have contributed a lot in reforming the society while as corruption and nepotism was the hallmark of government-sponsored institutions.”
Geelani also condemned the arrest of Dukhtran-e-Millat (DeM) chairperson Syeda Asiya Andrabi and her personal secretary, Fehmeeda Sofi and demanded their immediate release.
“The state government is at war with the pro-freedom people of the state and her detention is an acceptance of defeat on part of those who were bragging about the ‘battle of ideas’ slogan,” he said