He was one of the most prolific leader, a passionate freedom lover and a humble soul //Muhammad Yasin Malik
Strongly condemns the prolonged incarceration of ailing Asiya Andrabi…..
Srinagar //(12/May/2017 )//Chairman Jammu Kashmir liberation front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik has paid rich tributes to late JKLF leader Sardar Rashid Hasrat on his death anniversary. Terming Hasrat Sahib as one of the most creative leader, a passionate freedom lover and a humble soul, JKLF chairman said that late Hasrat sahib was a close associate of father of Kashmiri nation martyr Muhammad Maqbool Butt and father of Kashmir Jenab Aman ullah Khan sahib who strived for the freedom of his nation and till his last breath remained wedded to this sacred cause. His struggle for the reunification of Jammu Kashmir and complete freedom of his nation will always be remembered and written in golden words, added JKLF chairman. He said that Sardar Hasrat sahib was a prolific speaker, a passionate spokesman of JKLF ideology and a teacher who trained thousands of young Kashmiris the way to resist oppression, tyranny and illegal occupation. He said that despite all odds and many hardships late Hasrat sahib never looked back in his life and till his last breath remained wedded to the cause of reunification and freedom of Jammu Kashmir. JKLF chairman said that Hasrat sahibs struggle, sacrifices, bravery and passion for freedom will always be remembered and today when we are recalling this great son of soil, we pray to Allah almighty for his heavenly abode. A congregational prayers meeting was held at JKLF office Srinagar in which tributes were paid to Late Sardar Hasrat sahib.
Meanwhile JKLF chairman has strongly condemned the prolonged incarceration of Dukktaran I Millat chief Mtr Aasiya Andrabi who is in police lockup from last many days. Asiya Jee is ill and was taken to chest disease hospital and doctors have put him on oxygen. She has been again shifted back to police station Rambagh. Terming the incarceration of an ailing lady as most condemnable, JKLF chairman said that by prolonging the incarceration of an ailing lady, so-called rulers and their police are actually stooping to new low of decency and are trampling every bit of democracy and ethics.