Hakeem, Naqash and Tramboo pay tributes to martyred Talib

Srinagar, August 09, 2015 (PPI-OT):In occupied Kashmir, the President of Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Democratic League, Hakeem Abdul Rasheed and the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Islamic Political Party, Mohammad Yousuf Naqash visited the residence of martyred youth Talib Ahmad Shah at Kakapora, Pulwama, and expressed sympathy and solidarity with the bereaved family.

According to Kashmir Media Service, Hakeem Abdul Rasheed and Mohammad Yousuf Naqash on the occasion said involvement of highly educated youth in revolutionary movement bears testimony to the fact that after being fed up with India’s illegal occupation and unabated suppression youth in Kashmir are joining the freedom Struggle against India.

They said that Indian brutalities against the freedom-loving majority in Kashmir should serve as eye-opener for global human rights organizations and the oppressive tactics of India won’t succeed in weakening the liberation freedom struggle. Meanwhile Hakeem and Naqash paid glowing tributes to the APHC senior leader, Sheikh Abdul Aziz on his martyrdom anniversary stating his revolutionary and political contributions can never be forgotten.

The Chief Patron of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front-R, Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo paid glorious tribute to Talib Ahmad Shah and said that youth and particularly highly qualified persons were showing deep interest with ongoing freedom struggle. Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo in a statement issued in Srinagar expressed deep sorrow over the loss of property in Kakpora during a siege and search operation, adding that Indian armed forces were hell-bent to harm the economy and basic infrastructure of the Kashmiris.

Extending his sympathy and praying for the martyrs of Mashali Mohalla, Srinagar, Barrister Abdul Majeed expressed his deep sorrow and said that killers were roaming free and affected families were moving from pillar to post. “They want justice and it is their demand that killers be brought to book and punished under law”, he added.

He urged world bodies to take cognizance of the deteriorating situation in Kashmir and sought their help in resolving the long-pending dispute in accordance with the Kashmiris’ aspirations. Meanwhile, an APHC delegation led by Javaid Ahmad Mir visited Kakapora to express solidarity with the bereaved family.

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