No strike tomorrow, only peaceful protests: JRL
Srinagar : Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) on Tuesday has asked people to resume normal activities from tomorrow.
The spokesman said that JRL comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik, asked people to carry on with their daily activities from tomorrow.
The leadership have also asked the employees, lawyers, teachers, traders and transporters to fix black badges on their arms and black flags on their houses, shops and vehicles on May 9 in solidarity with those killed in Shopian and Srinagar districts of Kashmir.
The spokesman further said that JRL also urged the Imams of all the mosques, to offer funeral prayers in absentia for the killed in Shopian and Srinagar last week after congregational weekly prayers on Friday and to read and pass the JRL resolution.