Naqash, Ha­keem Rashid, JKLF team visit mar­tyrs’ fam­i­lies in Pul­wama

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

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

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