Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani Saturday appealed people to “maintain discipline and avoid anarchy in their campaign to unmask braid-choppers.”
“People must avoid actions which give anti-movement elements a pretext to use force,” Geelani said in a statement.
The statement comes amid vigilante attacks on people mistaken for braid choppers, which have claimed the life of an elderly person and left many others injured.
He also condemned the recent killings in Islamabad, Tral and Bijhera. “Killing somebody over political differences is against human and moral values,” he said.
Geelani also appealed UN General Secretary and international organisations to take note of “human rights violations being committed by Indian forces in Kashmir .”
The civilized world must “differentiate between terrorism and right to self-determination movements,” he said.