Syed Ali Shah Geelani

Kashmiri Politician, Islamic Figure

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Syed Ali Shah Geelani: Kashmiri Politician, Islamic Figure
Syed Ali Shah Geelani is a former Kashmiri separatist Hurriyat leader in the Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. He was previously a member of Jamaat-e-Islami Kashmir but later on founded his own party by the name of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat. He has served as the chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, a conglomerate of separatist parties in Jammu and Kashmir. He was an MLA from the Sopore constituency of Jammu and Kashmir three times.


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Hurriyat failed miserably in its mission, Geelani said in letter: J&K DGP

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Geelani's disassociation from Hurriyat reflective of frustration: DGP

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Geelani quits Hurriyat, passes separatist baton to Pak-based successor

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Geelani singularly responsible for pushing Kashmir into terror: Ram Madhav

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Syed Ali Shah Geelani resigns from All Party Hurriyat Conference

"Looking at the current situation of All Party Hurriyat Conference, I announce my resignation from this forum. Units have been informed by a letter," Syed Ali Shah Geelani said.
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Forces to stay longer in J&K as Syed Ali Shah Geelani health sparks unrest fears

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Hurriyat veteran Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s cook, help detained for VPN ‘misuse’

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Pakistan tries to create security scare with Geelani rumour

Tehreek-e-Hurriyat ex-chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani's deteriorating health sparked off rumours in the Valley over the past couple of days. A Pakistan-based separatist group urged Kashmir-based madrasa..
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Internet snapped in Kashmir amid rumours of separatist leader Geelani's health

In wake of rumours about the health of separatist leader Ali Shah Geelani, mobile internet services have been suspended in Jammu and Kashmir, officials said on Thursday.
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Former DU professor SAR Geelani who was convicted and later acquitted in Parliament attack case dies

He was also charged with sedition in 2016, after he had organised an event against the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, days after a similar event at JNU had sparked controversy over..
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30 more inmates from J&K brought to Agra Central jail

After Article 370 was defanged on August 5, 26 inmates from J&K were shifted to the same jail. Most of the inmates, booked under the Public Safety Act, are reportedly associated with hardline Hurriyat..
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Twitter asked to take down eight accounts

The home ministry has recommended suspension of eight Twitter accounts. These accounts according to the IT ministry officials were “engaging in an anti-India campaign on Kashmir and Article 370”...
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Geelani asks Kashmiri youth to be ready for long, tough struggle

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China might take tough stance with Pak on separatists

A senior official in the security establishment says that Geelani's statement might have irked China, who could now even ask Pakistan to distance itself from the separatists
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NIA summons Geelani’s son in terror funding case

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J&K terror financing: Editor of prominent English daily quizzed by NIA, Geelani's grandson summoned

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There was rift in Hurriyat conference regarding funds routed through hawala for terrorism: NIA

The NIA claimed that Masarat Alam, the so-called poster boy of stone-pelters and violent agitations in Kashmir valley has revealed during his custodial interrogation that Pakistan based agents route..
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