Srinagar: Paying glowing tributes to Shaheed-e-Masjid, Moulvi Mushtaq Ahmad on his 12th martyrdom anniversary, Hurriyat (M) and Jammu Kashmir Awami Action Committee Tuesday recalled his services to the organisation, resistance movement and the religious cause.
Stressing that the Shaheed-e-Masjid had worked selflessly for the cause of resistance and carried forward the mission of late Mirwaiz Moulvi Muhammad Farooq and thousands of other martyrs by laying his own life for it with his sacrifice, APHC promised it would take his mission to its logical conclusion.
According to a statement issued to KNS, on the occasion of his 12th martyrdom anniversary on June 8, 2016, after the Dhur (afternoon) prayers, a special prayer Majlis and Quran Khawani would be held for Shaheed-e-Masjid and all the martyrs of Jammu Kashmir at the party headquarters of the Jammu Kashmir Awami Action Committee at Rajouri Kadal.
The APHC statement said after the prayer Majlis, a condolence meeting would be held during which the office bearers and workers of the organization would pay tributes to the Shaheed-e-Masjid for his contributions towards the organization and resistance movement.
Paying glowing tributes to Shaheed-e-Masjid on his 12th martyrdom anniversary, the conglomerate said the resistance movement of Kashmir was full with the sacrifices of life and properties of Kashmiri people and APHC was the custodian of these sacrifices and duty-bound to take the resistance movement to its logical conclusion.
The statement said it was due to these sacrifices that Kashmir issue had attracted international attention and resolve of Kashmiris to fight for their just rights was being appreciated while it had been accepted that peace and prosperity of South Asia was a distant reality till the final settlement of Kashmir issue. (KNS)
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