JKLF pays tributes to ‘Sopore martyrs’

Srinagar – Jammu Kashmir Liberation front has paid rich tributes to recent martyrs of Sopore namely Muzamil Amin and Abdullah.

According to a JKLF statement, a delegation comprising of Advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt, Showkat Ahmad Bakshshi, Mohammad Sideeq Shah, Mir Siraj Ud Din, Moulvi Rabani, Ab. Rashid Magloo etc  visited Sopore and expressed their condolences to the bereaved family of Martyr Muzamil Amin.

JKLf has termed the 27th Oct as the blackest day in the history of Jammu Kashmir. This was the day when Indian army snatched the freedom of kashmiri’s and Occupied Jammu and Kashmir by military might. Kashmir’s have ever since fought this illegal occupation and have sacrificed Lakh’s of its people in the way of resistance. JKLF is also a part of this struggle and is comiited to continue its struggle till the end of this forced occupation.

JKLF also strongly condemns the arrest of young kashmiri’s and atrocities being committed on the inmates in jails. JKLF appeals to amnesty international, Asia watch and other human rights groups to intervene and save the poor inmates from this brutality and ensure their release from jails.

JKLF also strongly condemns the atrocities being committed on the Muslims in Zanaskar Kargil.JKLF warns the rulers that if they fail to protect Muslims in Zanskar the Responsibility of the consequences will only be theirs. JKLF has also expressed its condolences on the sad demise of the mother of Jahangeer Ahmad Butt of Chanser kulgam.(KNS)

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