SRINAGAR (NNI) Forceful demonstrations, marked by complete shutdown, continued in Sopore against the killing of a youth by Indian troops. Indian police resorted to heavy baton charge and excessive teargas shelling to break up the protests. Clashes between the demonstrators and the police personnel were witnessed throughout the day. Strike was also observed in Brein area of Srinagar against Indian state terrorism, reports Kashmir Media Service. Addressing a public gathering in Islamabad, veteran Kashmiri Hurriyat leader, Syed Ali Geelani said that the people of Kashmir would never accept Indias illegal occupation, come what may. Meanwhile, the occupation authorities have refused to issue travel documents to the President of High Court Bar Association, Mian Abdul Qayoom, who has received a formal letter from the concerned passport officer to that effect. Mian Abdul Qayoom is one of the Kashmiri leaders, who have been invited by the Government of Pakistan to visit Islamabad for consultations on Kashmir. In Geneva, the speakers addressing a seminar appealed to the international community to fully support the Kashmiri people in their struggle to secure inalienable right to self-determination. The speakers included Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Lord Nazir Ahmed, Professor Angana Chatterji, Ms Victoria Schofield, Dr Karen Paker, Professor Nazir Ahmed Shawl, Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai and Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo. Speaking on another panel, Dr Angana Chatterji demanded an independent inquiry into the enforced disappearances in occupied Kashmir. Syed Ali Geelani has visited Sopore and urged government to rehabilitate the victims of army violence. He also advised youth to maintain discipline and good behavior. Geelani visited the residence of Tanveer Ahmad at Maharajpora, Sopore and expressed solidarity with his family members, a Hurriyat (G) spokesman said. Tanveer was killed in a recent shoot-out in Sopore. The youth was killed by SOG men. The killing of innocent youth by troopers have become order of the day, Geelani said while addressing people at Maharajpora. He said, To maintain the illegal occupation of Kashmir, India is resorting to genocide of Kashmiris. We pledge that the blood of our martyrs will not go waste. Well fight the occupation till Kashmir if set free. Asking government to rehabilitate the victims, Geelani said, It is obligatory for the government to provide ex-gratia relief to the victims, who have suffered losses due to army action. They have to give the relief as troopers are responsible for the losses suffered by people. The Hurriyat (G) chairman said his party has decided to establish charity centers in every district to help the needy people. We have started to set up relief committees everywhere. People should come forward and donate generously for the rehabilitation of the affected people, he said adding time has come when people should sustain the struggle on their own. Referring to the recent attack on JKLF rally, Geelani said youth should maintain discipline. If people dont subscribe to a particular ideology then our actions should not portray misbehavior. He said people should always maintain the character of hospitality, which is not only demand of the struggle but our religious duty as well. There is no space for arrogance among us. We have to maintain discipline to sustain the struggle, he said and urged people not to observe strikes without any scheduled program. He, however, lauded the youth for their 'resilience against the Indian occupation. Criticising government for arresting the separatist leadership, Geelani alleged that ruling National Conference is pursuing a revenge policy against them. These people were responsible for destruction of Kashmir in past and will continue to do so for their vested interests. Later, Geelani visited Khansahib Budgam to express solidarity with family members of Khurshid Ahmad, who died in a shoot-out at Koker Bazar.