Srinagar – Executive member of Hurriyat Conference (M) and Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Peoples league has paid glowing tributes to the martyrs who fell to the bullet of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) personnel in Bijbehara on October 22, 1993.
While visiting Mazari-e- ShudhaBijberaha ,Waza paid glowing tributes to the martyrs who fell to the bullet of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) personnel in Bijbehara on October 22, 1993.
He said that Kashmiri martyrs sacrificed their lives for a sacred cause and the sacrifices would not be allowed to go waste. They deplored that no action had been taken, so far, against the killers of the innocent people despite passing of 19 years, proving that Indian and Indian agencies are involved in bloodshed that occurred in valley from last 65 years.
The sacrifices of 1993 and even after that are assets for the movement and can never go waste. Who sacrificed their lives will serve as beacon light for the rest of us. Waza said adding that Kashmir martyrs have center staged the Kashmir issue and because of the martyrs world on humanitarian grounds wants to resolve the issue.
He said that the ongoing movement would be taken to its logical conclusion and appealed the international community, United Nations and world human rights watch groups to take a serious note of the human rights violations done by the security forces in the valley and to help resolve the Kashmir dispute in accordance with Kashmiris aspirations and relevant United Nations resolutions.
He said that more than 51 people were martyred, hundreds of got injured by the BSF troopers in Bijehara on October 22, 1993, when the people of the area held a peaceful demonstration
against the siege of Hazratbal shrine by Indian Army.
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