HELP SOPUR VICTIMS: MALIK
JKLF To Raise Donations
UMER MAQBOOL DAR
Chinkipora (Sopur), Mar 2: The chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik, on Tuesday called on the people to come forward and help the victims of Sopur gunfight, who lost their homes during the 4-day siege last month.
“People including children are spending nights under open sky in chilly conditions. It is our moral and religious obligation to assist them. I appeal all Kashmiris, including, traders, political and religious parties to come forward and help the victims,” Malik said while addressing people here in north Kashmir.
Malik, who along with other JKLF activists had arrived to distribute relief among victims, expressed solidarity with them and assured them that he would try his best to raise funds for their rehabilitation. “We cannot leave victims in lurch. Lending support in this need of hour will strengthen their resolve,” he said. “We will raise donations
for them on Thursday in Lal Chowk and Civil Lines area of city,” he said.
During Malik’s visit hundreds of youth and women came out of their houses and raised pro-freedom slogans. The relief material including eatables, blankets and other essentials brought by JKLF were handed to local Auqaf committee members.
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