“The Congress convention unanimously resolved to observe May 5 as ‘Black Day’ in Jammu and Kashmir,” a JKPCC spokesman said.
The RSS today came down hard on separatists raising pro-Pakistan slogans.
The traders group said Jammu shall not be deprived of the one AIIMS that was announced by Central govt in Union budget.
The separatist leader was arrested last week for ‘sedition’ and ‘waging war against the state’.
During the joint rally, the leaders spoke of a ‘united stand’ on the Kashmir issue.
BJP appeared keen not to rock the boat by raking up any controversial issue, including on separatists.
The Valley is witnessing a complete shut down.
The 45-year-old hardliner was arrested from his home in Habbakadal area of the city early on Friday morning.
Mufti said that if anyone had done a mistake, the law will take its own course.
Aslam asserted that India chose to use excessive force against peaceful demonstrators exercising their right to peaceful assembly.
VHP state unit Rama Kant Dubey termed separatists as ‘unholy people’’ who had become ‘power centre’ in the Valley.
“Law will take it own course and those found guilty will be punished,” said PDP spokesperson Waheed Para.
Wani’s son Khalid Muzaffar was killed on Monday evening by the army in the forests of Tral.
“No right minded Kashmiri will support the ghettoisation of Kashmiri Pandits,’’ Omar wrote on the twitter.
Three policemen had been killed in a terrorist attack in Shopian on Monday.