SRINAGAR – Senior resistance leader and Jammu Kashmir National Front Chairman Nayeem Ahmad Khan has paid rich tributes to the martyrs of Jammu on their 65th anniversary.
A statement issued by National Front, said that its chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, while paying rich tributes to martyrs of Jammu said that they laid their lives for a pious and sacred cause and were brutally massacred by the communal forces.
It is an irony that the people of Rajouri, Poonch, Doda and Kishtwar are still facing every sort of oppression and suppression by these evil hands, people have been disappeared during custody and men in uniform are harassing the common masses by one or the reasons, Khan said.
Khan however appreciated that Muslims of Jammu are determined on the path of freedom and they have not given away the demand of freedom despite all odds. Khan assured the people of Rajouri, Poonch, Doda and Kishtwar that Kashmiries will never forget their sacrifices and they will be taken onboard at every point of time.
Khan remembered all the Martyrs of Kashmir saying that their blood will always be remembered because they sacrificed their lives for the freedom of their brethren and the torch of resistance is burning only due to their precious blood.
Terming the killing of Muslims of Jammu as the darkest chapter of Jammu Kashmirs history, Khan said People cant forget the sacrifices rendered by Jammu Muslims for the peaceful resolution of Kashmir issue,.
He said that people from the past 65 years have rendered uncounted sacrifices for the peaceful resolution of Kashmir Issue, which has endangered the peaceful atmosphere in South Asian Region.
Khan appealed the world powers to put pressure on New Delhi to resolve the longstanding Kashmir dispute according to the wishes of the Kashmiri people.
Nayeem Khan also expressed his grief and sorrow over the death of mother of Shaheed Aurangzeb and prayed for the departed soul.
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