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Aasiya Andrabi, leader of the women’s separatist organisation Dukhtaran I Milat addressing a press conference in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Thursday. Andrabi strongly condemned the government for making the school children to sing Vande Mataram an Indian national song, on Wednesday during an official function. Terming the song as Anti Islamic, she called for awareness and agitation against state government./ Kashmir Newz Picture November 15, 2007: Aasiya Andrabi, leader of the women’s separatist organisation Dukhtaran I Milat addressing a press conference in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Thursday. Andrabi strongly condemned the government for making the school children to sing Vande Mataram an Indian national song, on Wednesday during an official function. Terming the song as Anti Islamic, she called for awareness and agitation against state government. / Javed Dar
Aasiya Andrabi, leader of the women’s separatist organisation Dukhtaran I Milat addressing a press conference in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Thursday. Andrabi strongly condemned the government for making the school children to sing Vande Mataram an Indian national song, on Wednesday during an official function. Terming the song as Anti Islamic, she called for awareness and agitation against state government./ Kashmir Newz Picture November 15, 2007: Aasiya Andrabi, leader of the women’s separatist organisation Dukhtaran I Milat addressing a press conference in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Thursday. Andrabi strongly condemned the government for making the school children to sing Vande Mataram an Indian national song, on Wednesday during an official function. Terming the song as Anti Islamic, she called for awareness and agitation against state government. / Javed Dar Next >>>

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