Incarcerated JKLF chairman pays tributes to Muhammad Ayoub Becha sahib who passed away yesterday

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Incarcerated JKLF chairman pays tributes to Muhammad Ayoub Becha sahib who passed away yesterday

Tributes paid to Javed Ahmad Shala and Muhammad Sideeq Sofi who disappeared in BSF custody in 1992. 

 

SRINAGAR,  MARCH 25:  Incarcerated chairman Jammu Kashmir liberation front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik has expressed rich tributes to a prominent social leader and proprietor of Chinar Motors Poloview Jenab Muhammad Ayoub Becha who breathed his last yesterday. JKLF chairman who is in Srinagar central jail, in his message said that the demise of Muhammad Ayoub Becha sahib is a personal loss for him. Recalling the social services of the deceased, JKLF chairman said that he was a kind hearted person who cared for poor and needy and never shied away from helping them. JKLF chairman said that deceased had great passion of social work and his selflessness was exemplary. He was a great sympathizer of freedom struggle and he had tremendous love for the oppressed people. On the directions of JKLF incarcerated chairman a high level delegation of JKLF visited the residence of the deceased and expressed solidarity with them. JKLF secretary general engineer Ghulam Rasool Dar, JKLF zonal vice president M Sideeq Shah, leaders Mir Muhammad Zaman and M. Altaf were part of the delegation. Delegation while praying for the heavenly abode for the deceased also prayed for the Sabr I jamil of his bereaved family. Meanwhile JKLF has paid rich tributes to great resistance leaders Javed AhmadShalla and Mohammad Sideeq Sofi who on 24th march 1992 were arrested by BSF and from then are missing in custody. Remembering the sacrifices of these two and sufferings their families had to bear during last many years, JKLF spokesman said that a country that is responsible for custodial disappearances of more than 10,000 Kashmiris cannot be called a democratic country.

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