Videos Show Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s Body Waving the Pakistani Flag, and a police investigation has been launched.

The death of Syed Ali Shah Geelani was followed by a security crackdown in Kashmir, as well as the suspension of phone and internet services in the region. The videos surfaced after broadband internet and phone services were restored in Kashmir last night, following the restoration of the services.
Srinagar: Videos have surfaced showing the body of separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani being wrapped in the Pakistani flag before it was taken into custody by the Jammu and Kashmir Police, who laid him to rest in a quiet grave on Thursday morning, according to reports. According to the police, an investigation has been launched under the strict anti-terror law known as the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, or UAPA.
The pro-Pakistan separatist, who was 92 years old, passed away on Wednesday evening. A security crackdown and the suspension of phone and internet services in Kashmir were enacted in the aftermath of his death.

The videos surfaced after broadband internet and phone services were restored in Kashmir last night, following the restoration of the services. Mobile internet access, on the other hand, continues to be restricted. In addition, the police have imposed restrictions in order to prevent large gatherings.

Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s body is seen being wrapped in a Pakistani flag by a group of people in one of the videos. The majority of the people are women.

Laughter and sloganeering can be heard throughout the room. In the midst of a lot of pushing and shoving at the door, it appears that women are resisting. An armed police officer can also be seen in the crammed room, which has religious verses inscribed on the walls.

The hard-line separatist was laid to rest before dawn on Thursday in a low-key ceremony. The family claims that the body was taken away by the police without their consent, and that they were not even permitted to participate in the last rights.

According to Dilbag Singh, Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police, “An FIR has been registered against anyone involved in anti-national activities.”

People at the separatist’s home, according to Mr Singh, misbehaved with a Senior Superintendent of Police and other police officers, and there was a lot of anti-national sloganeering and attempts to incite people through social media and phone calls.

“We had not anticipated such disorderly behavior by the Geelani family and other members of the household, especially given the fact that the police were in regular contact with the family and Geelani Sahab. In fact, when Geelani Sahab paid a visit to one of our officers last week, he presented him with a book “Mr Singh expressed himself.

According to the Geelani family, the body was taken by force by police officers who broke down doors and misbehaved with female officers.

“We wanted to bury him in the morning, but the police wouldn’t allow it. They smashed doors and acted inappropriately around women. We were unable to attend the funeral after the body was taken away by force “Naseem Geelani, the son of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, made the statement.

However, according to the police, some of Mr Geelani’s relatives did attend his funeral service and pray for him. The separatist was laid to rest in a burial ground near his home in Hyderpora, which is located on the Srinagar airport road.

Restrictions have been in place throughout Kashmir for the past three days. All businesses are closed, and public transportation has been suspended.
On Friday, no congregational prayers were permitted in any of the world’s major mosques and shrines.
A large number of people were expected to attend his funeral, which could have turned into a major separatist spectacle, according to police sources. There was also a possibility of violence, they say. While many people were surprised by the restrictions and control measures imposed following the natural death of the 92-year-old separatist, police sources say they were prepared.
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