SRINAGAR: Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik has strongly condemned the attack on senior resistance leader Shabir Ahmad Shah in Delhi court, terming it as “cowardly” act of “Indian sponsored hooliganism”.
Malik in a statement said Indian leaders “have stooped (too) low in their Kashmir animosity that they are using goons and hooligans against Kashmiri prisoners”. “The attack actually shows Indian hatred against democracy and human norms which is highly condemnable,” he said.
JKLF chief warned Delhi that if any harm is inflicted to any Kashmiri prisoner, the responsibility of “aggravation” in situation will lie on their shoulders.
Meanwhile, JKLF has paid glowing tributes to Galwanpora martyrs on their anniversary. Recalling the “fond memories” of Bashir Ahmad Bugami, Manzoor Ahmad Commodo, Nazir Ahmad Khan, Saqib Rafiq, Mohammad Yasin, Muneer Ahmad Karfali Mohalla,Farooq Ahmad Bhat, Abdul Majeed and Abdul Hamid khan, JKLF said “these martyrs sacrificed their today for our tomorrow and no Kashmiri can ever forget their efforts and sacrifices”.
A JKLF delegation led by senior party leader Siraj ud din Mir, visited Bogam and participated in a memorial meeting held for the Galwanpora martyrs.