Malik visits Khankah-I-Mo’alla; offers Friday prayers

Srinagar—Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik Friday said that Khankah-I-Mo’alla is of paramount importance for every Kashmiri as it belongs to a great saint Shah-I-Hamadan (RaH) who not only revolutionized our religious lives but also transformed our economy by exposing us to various new trades and means.

The spokesman in a statement said that Malik along with a high level delegation today offered Friday prayers at Khakah-I-Mo’alla.

Addressing a gathering at historical Khankah-I-Mo’alla Srinagar, “Khankah-I-Mo’alla for us is a symbol of sacredness, spirituality and socio-political life and any harm or damage to it is bound to pierce our hearts and sadden us.”

Thanking Allah for saving this sacred place from devastating fire, Malik said that “we all must thank our lord for granting us faith and steadfastness and saving these places of reverence for us.”
Terming the Indian democracy as a worst form of dictatorship as far Jammu Kashmir is concerned; Malik said that this the biggest democracy believes in suppressing people’s voices by jailing, torturing and oppressing them.

He said that thousands of young and old are languishing in jails and other incarceration centers and their lives have been turned into worst hell.

Terming the slapping of yet another PSA on Masrat Aalam Bhat and shifting him back to Kotbalwal Jail as ‘glaring act of dictatorship in the garb of democracy’, Malik said that how can Indian leaders and Kashmiri leaders call themselves democrats when they are shamelessly using black laws like PSA to cage down their political antagonists.

He said on daily basis young boys and other people are being sent to jails under PSA which can only be termed as worst despotism.

Terming the Charge-sheeting of APHC leader Shabir Ahmad Shah under ‘false charges’ and prolonging his incarceration by mean tactics, as ‘worst acts of intimidation’, Malik said that India is using NIA and ED to terrorize Kashmiris. “They want to put us into submission by terrorizing, arresting, jailing, maligning and oppressing us but we want to tell them that Kashmiris will never bow down before their oppression and tyranny and will continue with their struggle and resistance at every cost.”

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