Pays rich tributes to Martyr Yasir Zahgeer and Syed Sarwar Hussein of Poonch. Strongly condemns police attack on a martyr’s family at Kulgam
Srinagar, June 06: Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik today visited SMHS Srinagar and enquired about the health condition of injured youth Sameer Ahmad of Mattan Islamabad who was hit by a police shell on his head on 28th may 2017 and is still on a ventilator at the said hospital. Yasin sahib was accompanied by JKLF zonal president Noor Muhammad Kalwal and zonal press in-charge Ashraf Bin Salam. Yasin sahib met with the family of ailing Sameer expressed solidarity with them .JKLF chairman also met with the doctors attending Sameer and discussed his health condition with them. He prayed for the early recovery of this young innocent victim of Indian state terrorism. Chairman JKLF has strongly condemned the police assault on a martyr’s family in Kaimoh Kulgam and termed it as a glaring example of police terrorism in Kashmir. He said that assaulting and attacking a martyr’s family shows the cowardice of police and we strongly condemn this heinous criminal attack.
JKLF chairman has paid rich tributes to martyr Yasir Rasool Zahgeer on his martyrdom anniversary. Recalling the sacrifices of Shaheed Yasir and his family, JKLF said that Shaheed Yasir and his father Ghulam Rasool Zahgeer sahib’s contribution for freedom movement has been exemplary and no one can never be forget these sacrifices. Yasin Malik while praying for the martyr also prayed for his family. While paying tributes to another JKLF stalwart from district Poonch Jammu, advocate Syed Sarwar Hussein who died on 8th June 2001, in an accident, JKLF vice chairman said that Sarwar sahib was a symbol of resistance and persistence. He for his whole life strived for freedom of Jammu Kashmir and tolerated Jails, tortures, humiliations and other oppressive measures at the hands of India and its stooges but never compromised on his principles. JKLF chairman said that Sarwar sahib never budged before the tyrants and till his last breath remained steadfast with freedom movement.