Separatist leader dies Tension mounts in Kashmir

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After the death of Geylani, who defended Kashmir’s right to self-determination through the plebiscite and died while under house arrest, the military was vigilant in the face of possible protests.

Police and armed gendarmes patrolled the streets of Srinagar, the main city in the region, against events that could arise after Friday prayers. Internet and telephone lines were cut, while a curfew was imposed in the area for the second day in a row.

After the death of Sayyid Ali Geylani, who advocated the separation of Kashmir from India, Pakistan declared a day of mourning, while India received a note for not allowing his family to attend his funeral .

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