Srinagar – Senior resistance leaders including National Front Chairman Nayeem Ahmad Khan and Freedom Party chief Shabir Ahmad Shah today visited Sopore and exhibited solidarity with the people whos houses were bulldozed by the occupied forces two days ago. The leaders also visited the house of Shaheed Muzamil who was martyred by the hands of Indian troops.
People received Khan and Shah with anti India and anti army slogans. On this occasion Nayeem Ahmad Khan said to the gathering that Indian army is blasting the houses since decades now and it is using it as a weapon of war . He said that till date the occupied forces have destroyed property worth crores and crores. Khan said that this is being done only to break the will of the people of Kashmir so that they will surrender before the Indian military might.
Nayeem Ahmad Khan said that such oppressive tactics cant weaken the resistance of Kashmiries instead the peoples will to get freedom from the Indian clutches will get stronger.
On this occasion Shabir Ahmad Shah said that the ongoing movement will be taken to its logical conclusion and no power on earth can make Kashmiries to surrender. Shah said that Indian oppression has crossed all the limits but Kashmiries are still demanding complete freedom Indian occupation.
Nayeem Ahmad Khan and Shabir Ahmad Shah were accompanied by Shabir Ahmad Dar andMohammad Yousuf Naqash. All the resistance leaders later went to the house of Shaheed Muzamail and showed solidarity with his parents. Khan and Shah assured the parents of Shaheed Muzamail that the goal for which their son laid down his life will never be overlooked. Khan and Shah paid glowing tributes to all the Martyrs including Shaheed Muzamail.
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