Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) on Wednesday visited the bereaved families of slain militants Parvaiz Ahmad Mir of Pulwama and Mudasir Ahmad Hajam of Kokernag who were killed in an encounter in Tral area of Pulwama district.
The spokesman in a statement issued here said that a delegation comprising of JKLF’s Vice chairman Showkat Ahmad Bakshi, Javed Gazi Butt, Khizar Muhammad Davoodi, Tariq Ahmad and Molvi Nazir Ahmad visited Noderbigh Chak Pulwama while as another delegation comprising of Muhammad Ishaaq Ganaie, Muhammad Akram Khan and Nazir Ahmad Khan visited Kokernag.
JKLF leaders visited the bereaved families of Parvaiz Ahmad Mir and Mudasir Ahmad Hajam and expressed solidarity with them.
The leaders also participated in condolence meetings held for these martyrs.
While paying tributes to them, JKLF leaders said that “martyrs are our real heroes and Kashmiri nation is indebted to these great souls.”
They said that India and the local government have choked every little space on peaceful political activities and even mourning’s and funeral prayers have been banned.
“Students, youth and even kids are being arrested, tortured and put in jails under black law like the PSA. Their families are also being terrorized, humiliated and these innocents are being pushed to the wall and left with no other choice but to go for an ultimate sacrifices,” they said.
They said that their sacrifices can never be forgotten and “we pledge to take their mission forward at every cost.”
JKLF also condemned house raid of JKLF worker, Mushtaq Ahmed in Hajan.