SRINAGAR: Jammu Kashmir Freedom Party (JKDFP) has paid tributes to civilians killed at Khudwani, Kulgam on Wednesday. A party delegation led by Engineer Farooq Khan went to south Kashmir and expressed solidarity with the bereaved families.
The JKDFP delegation, according to a statement, hailed the courage and valour of people of district Kulgam particularly Khudwani for displaying their political will and wish “candidly”. “The people of Kulgam have time and again showed that Indian atrocities cannot stop them from taking forward the mission of martyrs. It is the firm determination and steadfastness of the people which is keeping the freedom movement going on and on and it is the precious blood of our great martyrs which has kept the torch of resistance burning even in toughest times. The way Kashmiris are being pushed to the wall through merciless spree of brutal killings it is our utmost responsibility to remain steadfast and raise our voices more forcefully.”
“India and its local collaborators can go to any extent to kill and crush the freedom sentiment of the people of Jammu Kashmir however their every effort will fail as in past. The only way to win the hearts and minds of the people of Kashmir is to accept their long pending demand of plebiscite so that they can determine their political future in a free and fair atmosphere,” the statement said.
Meanwhile, JKDFP has condoled the demise of cousin brother of its incarcerated chairman, Shabir Ahmad Shah.
Jalil Ahmad Haqani son of Saiful din Haqani, resident of Ashajipora Anantnag passed away some days back.
Party’s secretary general Moulana Mohammad Abdullah Tari while condoling the demise of Jalil Haqani said that deceased was a noble soul with a vision. Tari prayed for the forgiveness of the deceased and patience to the bereaved family.