Sopore remembers Bulla, first custodial killing victim

Sopore remembers Bulla, first custodial killing victim

SOPORE: People of Sopore town in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district and pro-freedom activists on Monday paid tributes to Ghulam Mohammed Bulla on his 41st death anniversary.
Amidst shutdown against the Pulwama killings and restrictions imposed by the state, people from Sopore and activists from across the Valley paid tributes to Bulla.
According to his close friend Mohammad Shafi Larra, who is the head of the Mahaz-I-Azadi group in Sopore town, Bulla
According to his close friend Mohammad Shafi Larra, who is the head of the Mahaz-I-Azadi group in Sopore town, Bulla was leading protests in Sopore against the Abdullah-Indira accord that was signed in 1975. He was arrested and tortured to death in Central Jail, Srinagar.
It was the first reported custodial killing in Kashmir.
“Bulla was a man of his word and he was never ready to compromise on our right to self determination,” he said.

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