SRINAGAR: A high level delegation of Hurriyat Conference Jammu Kashmir (HCJK) on Friday visited the residence of Bashir Ahmad Bhat who was killed in CRPF firing at Nawa Kadal in downtown Srinagar last week.
“The leaders while expressing solidarity with the bereaved family paid tributes to Shaheed Bashir and all other martyrs since 1947 and said the movement will continue till the mission of martyrs will reach its logical conclusion,” a HCJK statement said.
It said the delegation comprising Farooq Ahmad Dar alias Bita Karatey, Muhammad Yusuf Naqash, Molvi Bashir Ahmad, Muhammad Yasin Ataai, Muhammad Shafi and Fayaz Ahmad, said the “sacrifices rendered by martyrs for the usurped right of self-determination by India will not go waste at any cost.”
“We are the guardians of these sacrifices and will not let anyone play with the sacred blood of the martyrs,” the delegation said.
Later, the leaders also visited the residences of injured youth Khalid Ahmad Khan and a lady Haleema of Nawa Kadal. “The leaders while consoling the grieved family said the day is not far when India will pack its bags from Kashmir as history is witness that oppressors always suffer a horrible doom,” the statement said.
The delegation also included HCJK activists Wajahat Qureshi, Muhammad Yusuf, Showkat Ahmad Bhat, Muhammad Ayoub Dar, Sajad Ahmad Lone, Javid Ahmad Mir, Feroz Ahmad and Latief Ahmad, according to the statement.