Naqash, Hakeem Rashid, JKLF team visit martyrs’ families in Pulwama
SRINAGAR—In occupied Kashmir, Hurriyet leaders including Muhammad Yousuf Naqash and Hakeem Abdul Rasheed, today, visited Gundi Bagh, Kakpora in Pulwama district and paid tributes to Manzoor Ahmad Dar who was martyred by Indian troops in Malwari Newa village of Pulwama on Thursday.
The leaders expressed solidarity with the family of the martyr. They also addressed the condolence gathering there. They said, “India is not learning from its mistakes and is hell bent on crushing the freedom movement of Kashmiris through military might. History is witness that such policy of India never yielded any positive results,” they said.They said Indian rulers and agencies are frustrated to witness the pro-freedom spirit of the new generation of Kashmir as it exposes their failure to lure the youth through various means.
Naqash and Hakeem reiterated the pledge to carry forward the mission of martyrs and prayed in favour of Shaheed Manzoor Ahmad Dar and all other Kashmiri martyrs.
Meanwhile, a delegation of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) also visited the families of Manzoor Ahmad Dar and Muhammad Ayoub Naikoo who embraced martyrdom in Pulwama.—KMS Kashmir and cautioned that the anti-Kashmir and anti-Muslim policies of the PDPBJP regime would not be allowed to succeed in Kashmir and the Kashmiri people would continue to resist these policies at every level.The resolution said that the disputed nature of Kashmir was a living reality and its peaceful and durable solution lied in the right to self determination.
“The Kashmiris are a prime and impor- resolution said, “India is leaving no stone unturned to project the freedom struggle of Kashmir as a communal issue but these plans would not be allowed to succeed.”
Condemning arrests, crackdowns, killings, harassment and restrictions on political activities of pro-freedom people by the government, the resolution read: “The authorities have completely banned freedom of expression in the territory and turned it into a jail.—KMS