Srinagar: A rally in solidarity with JKLF’s ‘Quit Kashmir Movement’ was held Wednesday in Islamabad, Pakistan.
The rally led by JKLF’s supreme leader Amanullah Khan and senior vice chairman Abdul Hamid Butt was attended by many party leaders and activists included vice chairman Salim Haroon, chief spokesman Rafiq Ahmad Dar, deputy secretary general Sajid Sideeqi, zonal general secretary Salim Butt, Raja Ghulam Mujtaba, Manzoor Ahmad Khan, Tawseef Jaral (chairman SLF) and others.
A memorandum to UN Secretary General was handed over to the officials of UN Observer’s Office in Islamabad on the occasion, according to a JKLF spokesman Rafiq Ahmad Dar.
In a statement, Dar said that Amanullah Khan on the occasion thanked the people of Kashmir for making “Quit Kashmir” program on June 23 a success.
JKLF supreme leader while strongly condemning the arrests said that “these oppressive measures against peaceful political programs, restrictions, barricades and tyrannical acts of India and its forces have once again proved that India which claims to be the biggest democracy of the world is not even familiar with the norms of this virtue Kashmir,” the statement said.
“India and its forces have in fact used every un-democratic means to crush peaceful democratic struggle of Kashmiris and today’s acts are also a part of this Indian anti-peace and anti-democratic doctrine. Aman sahib while paying tributes to chairman JKLF Mohammad Yasin Malik sahib’s courage and passion said that jails and incarcerations have and will not succeed in breaking our will and our struggle for freedom will continue till the achievement of desired goal.”
Meanwhile JKLF supreme council members and zonal and district bodies body meeting was held Wednesday held under the chairmanship of vice chairman Sheikh Mohammad Afzal (Master) here. Meeting strongly condemned the continued detention of chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik and said that these undemocratic oppressive measures will not succeed in breaking the will of Kashmiri people and “our march towards freedom will continue.”