Shah Hamadan taught us lessons of Tawheed and freedom: JKLF


Srinagar—Paying glorious tributes to Mir Syed Ali Hamdani, JKLF Chairman Yasin Malik Tuesday said, Shah-i-Hamadan (RA) taught us the lessons of Tawheed, self-confidence, self-respect and freedom. 

Shah Hamadan, the great spiritual saint not only led us on holy front but brought a revolution in our economic and social life also, Malik said addressing a mamoth gathering at Khanqah-e-Maula, Srinagar. 

He said that, the “personality we are today remembering taught us self- respect and led this nation to an economic freedom. For qualities like these, Alama Iqbal remembered him with the title of “Salar-e-Ajam’’ he added.

JKLF chairman said that today when enemies of Islam and humanity have unleashed a war on us, we Kashmiris need to adhere to holy teachings of  great predecessors like Shah  Hamadan and remain steadfast against falsehood, illegal occupation, tyranny and oppression. 

Yasin Malik said that if Kashmiris want to transform their lives and change their destiny, they will have to move close to these great people and follow the teachings of these noble souls in letter and spirit.

While condemning the ongoing reign of terror throughout Kashmir valley especially in south and north Kashmir, JKLF chairman said that Indian army, Police, SOG and other forces have unleashed worst kind of terror throughout Kashmir valley. People without the discrimination of age and gender are being beaten and tortured, nocturnal raids, crackdown and arrests have become an order of the day. He said that all this terror has been unleashed to put people into submission and finish their resistance against tyranny and occupation.

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