Srinagar: Â Stating that protests and strikes would continue, the Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani Monday issued fresh protest chart under its â€œQuit Kashmir Campaignâ€ for next thirteen days, starting from October 27 till November 08.
Under the new calendar, the pro-plebiscite amalgam has called for â€œcivil curfewâ€ from November 05 to November 08 â€œto put pressure on India and attract the attention of visiting US President Barrack Hussein Obama towards Kashmir.â€
â€œOctober 27 would be observed as black day and people are urged to wave black flags and wear black bands on arms. Internet users would send message to UN secretary general BanKi Moon to attract his attention towards Kashmir,â€ Syed Ali Shah Geelani said while addressing reporters here.
â€œOn October 28 and October 29, there would complete relaxation and people would do their normal work on these days,â€ he said.
The veteran leader as per a Press Bureau of India correspondent said that the protest calendars would continue while as he appreciated people for support and sacrifices.
â€œOn October 30, 31 and November 01, there will be complete strike and people are urged to stage night protests from Magrib to Isha prayers against Indian military occupation. During the time, slogans in favour of freedom would be aired through loudspeakers of Masjids (mosques).â€
On November 02, the octogenarian leader there would be no strike and asked people to completely resume daily work.
On November 03, he said, there would be complete strike and â€œpeople are urged to stage protests against the cycle of curfews by government.â€ There would be no strike on November 04, he said.
â€œFrom November 05 to November 08, there would be civil curfew on these days and except for ambulances, no vehicle would ply on roads. On November 06, Jammu martyrs would be remembered while on these four days, attention of Mr Obama would be attracted towards Kashmir. Internet users are urged to acquaint Obama about the grave Kashmir situation and human rights violations.â€
On all these days, there would be no strike from dusk to dawn. â€œTransporters would also resume their work,â€ he said while urging people to offer special prayers.