Separatists pay tributes to Sheikh Aziz
Make it to Pampore today: Hurriyat (G)
Srinagar, Aug 10: Various separatist organizations have paid rich tributes to the memory of Shaheed-i-Azeemat Sheikh Abdul Aziz on his second martyrdom anniversary being observed on August 11, Wednesday, reiterating the pledge to take his mission to its logical end.
Sheikh Abdul Aziz along with several others was martyred in firing on August 11, 2008, at Chayal in Boniyar, Uri, in Varmul district during Muzaffarabad Chalo march.
Paying rich tributes to the martyred leader, the Hurriyat Conference (G) has appealed to the people to make it to Pampore, hometown of Sheikh Aziz, on Wednesday.
Jammu Kashmir Peoples’ League, while paying rich tributes to Shaheed Sheikh Aziz, said special prayers would be organized at all its district offices on Wednesday.
In a statement, Sheikh Yaqoob said the martyred leader was imprisoned scores of times for the sole crime of speaking the truth, never compromising his principles and calling for justice. “His efforts will remain forever a milestone in the history of the freedom struggle of Kashmir,” he said.
Paying rich tributes to Shaheed Sheikh Aziz, the United Jihad Council chairman Syed Salah-ud-Din said the martyred leader had rendered unforgettable services at military and political front.
“Shaheed Sheikh Aziz had always played the leadership role in letter and spirit against Indian control in Jammu Kashmir. He endured the hardships of incarceration for a long time for the achievement of great objective of freedom and Islamization,” said Salah-ud-Din, according to the UJC statement issued today by its spokesman Syed Sadaqat Hussain from Pakistan administered Kashmir, reiterating the pledge to take the martyrs’ mission to its logical end.
The Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front vice-chairman advocate Bashir Ahmad Bhat, while paying rich tributes to Shaheed Sheikh Aziz, said he had pledged his life to the cause of freedom of homeland.
Joint Association of Kashmiri Affected Families, while paying tributes to the Shaheed Sheikh Aziz, described him a great leader with unique personality and a role model for Kashmiris in their struggle for freedom. It has urged the people to follow his footsteps.
Paying glowing tributes to the martyred leader, the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples’ Liberation League said his services and sacrifices would always be remembered by the Kashmiris.
The Hurriyat Conference (M) senior leader and president Anjuman-e-Sharie Shian Aga Syed Hassan Al-Moosvi Al-Sufvi has paid rich tributes to Shaheed Sheikh Aziz, reiterating the pledge to take the martyrs’ mission to its logical end.
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