SRINAGAR: Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Mohammad Yasin Malik today condemned the continued imposition of curfew in Palhalan Pattan from Eid day.
Terming it frustration of rulers and their animosity against common Kashmiris, Yasin Malik said that rulers here always impose curfew to hide their failures.
This is like collective punishment for the whole area, Malik said in a statement. Putting entire populations into concentration camps is actually a medieval practice and rulers and their masters in Delhi were using these barbaric tactics to suppress the voices of freedom in Kashmir, Yasin Malik said.
Meanwhile JKLF has also conveyed condolences on the demise of nephew of Amanullah Khan JKLF supreme leader.
According to a statement, the deceased Dr Mahboob-ul-Aalam was the son of elder sister of Aman Sahib. He was son in law of another self less leader of Kashmiri resistance Major Aman Ullah Khan.
The 70-year-old doctor was living in Karachi. He was very obedient, trustworthy and a close confident of Aman sahib and looked after his family and all other aspects of life, while Aman sahib kept busy perusing the path of freedom struggle. Doctor Sahib Marhoom was also looking after the school run by Aman sahib in Karachi. The deceased was buried last night in a Karachi graveyard along side two great freedom fighters and founders of JKLF Mir Abdul Manan and Mir Abdul Qayoom.
A condolence meeting was today held at Maqbool Manzil which was presided over by chairman JKLF.
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