Hurriyet AJK leaders pay tributes to Amanullah Khan
Muhammad Yasin Malik, at Delhi’s Fortis Hospital and enquired about his health.
The JKLF spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the Deputy High Commissioner delivered a message of good wishes from the government of Pakistan to Yasin Malik.
Meanwhile, the JKLF has strongly reacted to reports about an Indian minister’s reply to the parliament, in which he has again raised the issue of separate colonies for Kashmiri Pandits. It said that the Kashmiri people would strongly resist any such plan.—KMS ISLAMABAD—The AJK Hurriyet leaders at a condolence reference in Islamabad, today, paid rich tributes to prominent Kashmiri liberation leader, Amanullah Khan.
The speakers on the occasion said that Amanullah Khan was a kind human being, a prolific writer and intellectual whose absence would always be felt. They said that the deceased had dedicated his entire life for the Kashmir cause and never compromised on his Kashmir stance. They said that the sacrifices of Kashmiri people would not be forgotten and the ongoing freedom movement would be taken to its logical conclusion at all costs.
Those attended the condolence reference included Ghulam Mohammad Safi, Mehmood Ahmad Saghar, Mir Tahir Masood, Syed Yousuf Naseem, Mohammad Farooq Rehmani, Shamim Shawl, Syed Faiz Naqshbandi, Manzoor-ulHaq Butt, Abdul Majeed Mir, Altaf Hussain Wani, Ishtiaq Hameed, Sheikh Mohammad Yaqoob, Mohammad Hussain Khateeb, Abdul Majeed Malik, Sheikh Abdul Mateen, Abdul Hameed Lone, Syed Ejaz Rehmani, Nazir Ahmad Karnai, Mohammad Sultan Butt, Advocate Pervez Ahmad Shah, Imtiaz Iqbal Wani, Mohammad Shafi Dar, Muzaffar Hussain Shah, Daud Khan Yousufzai and Showkat Wani.
The JKLF representative in AJK, Mohammad Rafique Dar, and the JKLF Vice Chairman, Saleem Haroon, were also present on the condolence reference.—KMS