Gurus hanging will give birth to many Afzals
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik Friday said that New Delhi had committed a crime by hanging father of Kashmiri nation Mohammad Maqbool Bhatt on 11th February 1984 and has repeated the same tyrant approach on 9th of February 2013 by hanging son of Kashmir Mohammad Afzal Guru.
Yasin Malik, who was addressing an all parties protest rally organised at Muzafarabad, said that Maqbools martyrdom on gallows gave birth to lakhs of Maqbools in Kashmir and about one lakh Kashmiris followed his footsteps and embraced martyrdom.
Now India has martyred Afzal in the same manner and they should know that this martyrdom and sacred blood will surely create many more Afzals and the flame of freedom struggle will get much brighter, he said.
While demanding return of mortal remains of Maqbool Bhatt and Mohammad Afzal Guru, Malik said that civil society especially Indian civil society will have to take action, open their lips and stop Indian states tyrant approach and if they fail to do so people will lose faith in peace, harmony and humanity. Appealing people of Kashmir to continue their demonstrations demanding mortal remains of martyrs, Yasin malik said that we cannot forget the martyrs and those who sacrificed their lives.
Yasin Malik while thanking the people and leadership of Azad Kashmir for showing their support and solidarity said that the hearts and minds Kashmiris across the cease fire line (LOC) are one.
Our land, sky, air and water is one, our soul and body is one and no one can stop us from being one nation. Whole world through its might divided Germany into two and even a wall was erected between the two, but world couldnt divide the people of Germany and that is why after many years of separation the Germans got together and the human nature defeated the might of the world and Berlin wall fell down into pieces
Yasin said that the artificial wall separating Kashmiris will also fall down like Berlin Wall and Kashmir will become one nation again.
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