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Geelani’s grand-daughter, Shabir Shah’s daughter reject separatist politics
We are loyal Indians, says daughter of jailed separatist leader Shabir Shah and grand-daughter of Syed Ali Shah Geelani
3/21/2024 11:01:15 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 21: Policy of the zero-tolerance towards terrorism and separatism has started yielding encouring results as family members of prominent Hurriyat leaders have started disowning their anti-India approach.
Two notices issued in some newspapers are clearing indication of changing scenario in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
Ruwa Altaf, grand daughter of Syed Ali Shah Geelnai issued a public notice in which she made it clear that she has no association with Hurriyat Conference.
“I am a loyal Indian not associated with any organization or association which have agenda against Union of India. I owe my alliegance to the constitution of my country India”, she stated in the notice.
Sama Shah, the daughter of incarcerated separatist leader Shabir Shah, has unequivocally declared her allegiance to India, distancing herself from any involvement in separatist activities. Nearly five years after being summoned in a money laundering case, Sama Shah made her stance clear through a public notice, affirming her status as a loyal citizen of India and disavowing any association with individuals or organizations opposing the sovereignty of the Union of India.
In a published notice in Kashmir-based media
Two notices issued in some newspapers are a clear indication of a changing scenario in Kashmir.
I, Sama Shabir Shah, daughter of Shabir Ahmed Shah want to clarify that I don't have any affiliation with DFP.
Ruwa Altaf, grand daughter of Syed Ali Shah Geelnai made it clear that she has no association with Hurriyat Conference.
Sama Shah reiterated her loyalty, stating, “I, Sama Shabir Shah, daughter of Shabir Ahmed Shah, resident of Afandi Bagh, Sanat Nagar, Srinagar, want to clarify that I have not been associated nor have any affiliation with the Democratic Freedom Party, nor do I have any inclination towards the ideology of the Democratic Freedom Party.” She further warned of legal action against anyone linking her name with the said party, emphasizing her commitment to India’s sovereignty.
In April 2019, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) summoned Sama Shah in connection with a money laundering case involving her father. At the time, Sama was pursuing law studies in Manchester, United Kingdom, and received the summons at her residence in Srinagar. The case against Shah and Aslam Wani, his associate, stemmed from alleged hawala transactions dating back to August 2005.
Meanwhile, in May 2023, Sehar Shah, Shabir Ahmed Shah’s younger daughter, attempted to raise false allegations of police harassment ahead of the G20 summit in Srinagar. Despite her claims linking the incident to the upcoming summit, Jammu and Kashmir Police clarified that the search operation was conducted based on intelligence regarding terrorist activity, unrelated to the G20 summit.
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