‘Nov 6, 1947 blackest day in JK history’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 6: Various separatist organizations Friday paid glowing tributes to the November 6, 1947 martyrs of Jammu, reiterating the pledge to take their mission to its logical end.
At a meeting presided over by its general secretary, Muhammad Salim Zargar, Tehreek-e-Muzahamat Jammu Kashmir paid glowing tributes to the memory of November 6 martyrs of Jammu.
Terming the incident as the blackest day in the history of Jammu Kashmir, the speakers reiterated the pledge to take the mission of martyrs to its logical end.
The Muslim League Jammu Kashmir on Friday organized special functions at various places across the Valley in memory of Jammu martyrs.
The participants on the occasion paid rich tributes to martyrs and reiterated the pledge to continue struggle till the objective of freedom was completely achieved.
The League has appealed to the people to participate the proposed seminar being organized by it on Saturday.
Another faction of Muslim League Jammu Kashmir, at a function held here today with its general secretary, Tahir Salfi, in chair, paid rich tributes to the Jammu martyrs.
Meanwhile, the Democratic Political Movement, at a meeting held here today with its chairman Firdous Ahmad Shah in chair, paid glowing tributes to the martyrs, terming November 6 as the blackest and most painful day in the history of Jammu Kashmir.
Addressing the meeting, Shah reiterated that the mission of martyrs would be taken into its logical end.
He condemned the continued detention of Dr Qasim, Masrat Alam, Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai, Dr Ghulam Nabi Ganai, Muhammad Yousuf Mir, Dr Ghulam Nabi Ganai, Muhammad Yousuf Mir, Muhamamd Salim Nanaji, Muhamamd Rafiq Ganai, Gen Musa, Muzaffar Ahmad Dar, Imtiyaz Hyder, Javid Ahmad Najar, Zahoor Ahmad Kenna, Sofi Shakeel Ahmad, Shabir Bukhari and others.
Meanwhile, the Muslim Khawateen Markaz Jammu Kashmir chairperson Yasmeen Raja has also termed November 6, 1947 as blackest day. He said troops had been killing the Muslims of the state since 1947.
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