The City of Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI), an act of "vengeance," was formerly called Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti Saturday, saying the prohibition would have a "dangerous effect. '"The state has an atmosphere of revenge, especially in the Valley, following the arrest of JeI youth and leaders. JeI is an organization of society and politics. It is an ideology and I think that some activists of the tool can not be held back to an ideology by arresting them. We condemn it entirely, "Mehbooba told PDP headquarters reporters here. 

The President of the PDP said "a social organization involved in helping the poor" in Cashmir was prohibited, although no action has been taken against people responsible for lynching incidents in the country."You've got in the country Shiv Sena, Jan Sangh, RSS, which have lynched people on the basis of meat, but it wasn't. An organization that has helped the poor and governing schools was nevertheless banned and its activists imprisoned. We're not going to permit that. It will have dangerous consequences, "she said. 

Mehbooba asked Jammu and Kashmir not to be transformed into prison by the Centre. "We live in a democratic nation and in democracy and the battle of ideas." Ideology you can not imprison. If you've got a better idea, let that fight, but don't turn J-K into a jail."We did not permit the BJP to do anything at all (in the PDP-BJP coalition), but, sadly, nobody can stop it (now). When a Cashmere is beaten, people are cheering and happy," she said.When asked about the sealing of Jamaat leaders ' property, including the organization's schools, the former chief minister expressed unhappiness.

"It is regrettable that the poorest of the poor have been educated in these schools. They are worthy of their students. Where are all these students going after they are banned from school. They play for our future and that's a big mistake. In the case of swords, they should ban shakhas (RSS). She said, "No Jamaati is wearing a sword." Mehbooba said that the center wants every Cashmirian to pay for' a thinking which is in his mind' because it denounces recent NIA raids on moderate Hurriyat conference Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq's property. 

"The NIA raids at Mirwaiz are condemned. He's after all Jammu and Cashmir's religious leader and respects the people. All these are acts of revenge, and it appears that every Cashmiri (Center) wants to pay the price for a thought in her mind," she said.Later, the leaders of the party and the activists marched against Jamaat-e-Islami's ban. Several party leaders and activists gathered and tried to march here to the Lal Chowk City Centre. But the main forces near Sher-e-Kashmir Park stopped them.