We are trustees of martyrs’ sacrifices: Yaseen Malik
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Srinagar, Apr 21: Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front Muhammad Yaseen Malik Wednesday reiterated the pledge to take the martyrs’ mission to its logical end at all costs.
Addressing a public meeting amidst rains at Sagarwani, Pulwama, in south Kashmir where Hizbul Mujahideen commander Fayaz Ahmad Shah was slain few days ago, Malik said: “Our martyrs have nurtured the ongoing freedom movement with their blood and the process of sacrifices still goes on. We are trustees of these sacrifices and consider it our religious duty to take the martyrs mission to its logical end.”
He appealed the people to take care of the families of the martyrs.
“Shaheed Fayaz has done his duty by nurturing the plant of the cause of freedom with his warm blood and it is now the duty of the people of this area to look after this family.
Malik was accompanied by vice-chairman advocate Bashir Ahmad Bhat, Showkat Ahmad Bakshi, Mir Muhammad Zaman, Sheikh Abdul Rashid, Muhammad Sidiq Shah and Javid Ahmad Bhat.
The Front delegation visited the residence of Shaheed Fayaz and expressed solidarity with his family. Special prayers were also offered on the occasion for Shaheed Fayaz and other martyrs.
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