JKLF pays tributes to martyr Hussain Hakak and others

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By Fast Kashmir on 24/01/2018.

Handwara and Kupwara massacres remind us of brutal Indian oppression//JKLF

JKLF expresses condolences at the demise of some of its well-wishers…..


Srinagar, Jan 24: Zonal president Jammu Kashmir liberation front (JKLF) Noor Muhammad Kalwal has paid rich tributes to its great martyrs Shaheed Muhammad Hussain Hakak , Shaheed Manzoor Ahmad , Shaheed Abdul Jabbar Amjad, Shaheed Muhammad Altaf Mir and others who embraced martyrdom during present freedom struggle. Terming these great martyrs as real heroes of Kashmiri nation, Noor Sahib said that the struggle and sacrifices of these martyrs can never be forgotten and that Kashmiri nation is indebted to these great martyrs. While paying tributes to martyr Muhammad Hussain Hakak, JKLF zonal president said that he was one of the best resistance lover and his struggle and sacrifices for the freedom of this nation will always be remembered. Terming the massacres at Handwara and Kupwara by Indian army and forces on 25th and 27th January 1990 as a glaring proof of hollowness of Indian democracy, JKLF leader said that killing thousands of innocents can only be termed as act of savagery and these massacres are a reminder of the fact that India has acted as a brutal country for Kashmiris and suppressed the peaceful voices of Kashmiris by its military might. Meanwhile Jammu Kashmir liberation front (JKLF) has expressed its heartfelt grief and sorrow over the sad demise of Aziz Ud Din Wani of Wagoora Baramullah. Who was father of senior resistance activist Bilal Ahmad Wani and also at the demise of Abdul Rehman Mala who was father of Jan Muhammad Mala who is associated with daily Chattan. A delegation led by JKLF deputy chief organizer Siraj-Ud-Din Mir visited Wagoora and expressed solidarity with the bereaved family of Aziz-Ud-Din while praying for the heavenly abode of both deceased, JKLF leaders expressed solidarity with their bereaved families.

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