Srinagar: While paying tributes to Hizbul Mujahideen commander, Burhan Wani and others, President Jammu and Kashmir Anjuman-e-Sharie Shian and senior Hurriyat leader Aga Syed Hassan Almosvi Alsafvi said the courage, tantalization and perseveres of slain commander is unforgettable.
In a statement, Aga said, “Wani belonged to a happy family and was a skilled and intelligent youth who had not any hindrance in his future. But the feeling of responsibility towards community dragged him out to choose the way of adventure and he introduced his responsibility by sacrificing his life.”
Aga said that the best way to pay tributes is protection and undertaking of movement.
While condemning the imposition of curfew in Kashmir by state administration after martyrdom of Burhan, he said, “The veneration and affiliation towards the martyrs of Kashmir will not be hide by the state administration.”
He condemned the terrorist attacks carried out on sacred places in Hijaz.
Aga said the end of terrorist organizations is unavoidable for benefit of Islam and the Muslim World. Aga sahib said the Saudi Administration should take measure steps to secure the sacred places in Hijaz.
Meanwhile incarcerated chairman of Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) Shabir Ahmad Shah on Saturday appealed people to participate in the funeral prayers in absentia for the martyrs.
In a statement, Shah said, “Burhan Wani will always remain alive in our hearts. He is a role model for our youth. In his brief lifespan, he rendered immense contribution to the ongoing freedom struggle. He would be an inspiration for generations to come.”
Shah said people’s participation in funeral prayers of these martyrs is a referendum and an eye-opener for world. He condemned the imposing of curfew across valley and arrests by the puppet administration saying such repressive measures won’t be able to suppress our pro-freedom sentiments.
Shabir Ahmad Shah expressed condolence with the parents of Shaheed Burhan Wani saying, “They gave birth to such a valour who made us proud,” he said and hailed the people of Tral for their immense sacrifices towards the freedom struggle.
He appealed people of all regions of the state including Pir Panchal, Chenab Valley, and Doda to offer the funeral prayers in absentia for the martyrs.
Meanwhile, expressing grief over the demise of the internationally acclaimed social activist and philanthropist of Pakistan Abdul Sattar Edhi, Shah said the example set up by the deceased is hard to find anywhere in the world. “Late Abdul Sattar Edhi dedicated his life for the welfare of poor and downtrodden,” he said and paid rich tributes to him.