JKLF Pays Tributes To Sheikh Hamid, Ors
SRINAGAR – Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman, Mohammad Yasin Malik has paid rich tributes to his friend and JKLF leader Shaheed Sheikh Abdul Hamid.
He also paid tributes to Shaheed Mushtaq Ahmad lone, Shaheed Advocate Jamil Chowdhry, Shaheed Fayaz Ahmad Sheikh, Shaheed Mushtaq Ahmad Kuttay, Shaheed Mustaq Ahmad khan and Shaheed Ghulam Mohammad who embraced martyrdom at Aali kadal Srinagar on 19th Nov 1992, said the JKLF spokesperson in a statement issued here.
While remembering Shaheed e Hurriyat Sheikh Abdul Hamid and his close association with him,Yasin Malik said that the governments and their statecraft has turned tyrant and ruthless. Because of this attitude the world has also become more violent and unstable. People in Jammu Kashmir are a witness to this tyrant state craft of India and lakhs of our men ,women, children and elders lost their lives because of this tyrant and ruthless approach of India, he said.
He lambasted Israel for launching attacks on and killing innocent people of Palestine. Today Israeli government by killing small kids, elders, women and children by bombs and missiles is proving that it is the most ruthless and inhuman country that gives no value to humans or humanity.
Yasin Malik said that world especially United States of America, European Union etc by their criminal silence and by patronizing Israel are directly or indirectly giving Israelis the license to kill humans in Palestine.
The martyrdom anniversary of Shuhada I Alli kadal a programme was held at central martyrs graveyard Eid Gah in which many JKLF leaders, friends and admirers of martyrs participated
JKLF vice chairman advocate bashir Ahmad Bhat while addressing the gathering paid rich tributes to martyrs of Aali kadal and Shaheed Ghulam Nabi Butt. In his address Bhat sahib said that the sacrifices by the JKLF leaders like Father of nation Shaheed Maqbool Bhat ,Ishfaq Majeed Wani ,Sheikh Abdul Hamid and others clearly show that when it came to sacrifices our leadership kept themselves in the front and never shied away even from embracing martyrdom. A prayer meeting was also held at the occasion, the statement added.
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