The Kashmiri leader, Hurriyat chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani has accused the Indian National Intelligence Agency of harrassment and intimidation by raiding houses and businesses of his family members, lawyers and colleagues. 

Denying reports of having unauthorised, illegal or disproportionate property, the Hurriyat Chairman said his daughters are married and his two sons Dr Naeem Gilani and Naseem Gilani have no illegal assets.

A Hurriet statement denied “reports of NIA about properties allegedly amassed” by Syed Ali Shah Geelani and other leadership and said it was considering the details and will come up with the actual figures to make people and the world community aware about the “misinformation campaign and malicious propaganda of Indian authorities”.

The statement also said that Syed Ali Shah Geelani had called an emergency press conference at his Hyderpora residence to refute the allegations, but the police and the state administration prevented media from entering his residence.