Martyrs’ blood precious asset: Yasin Malik
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 1: The chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik on Monday said the blood of martyrs was the most precious asset of Kashmiris.
In a statement here, a JKLF spokesman said that Malik while expressing solidarity with the martyrs’ and other affected families of Maloora and HMT localities reiterated that movement would be taken to its logical end.
“Several innocents were martyred and several houses set ablaze in the recent days in these localities. on October 21, the residential houses of Abdul Majid Bhat, Muhammad Subhan Bhat, Naseer Ahmad Bhat, Abdul Hamid Bhat, Abdul Gaffar Bhat, Ghulam Nabi Bhat, Abdul Rashid Bhat and Muhammad Yousuf and several other structures were gutted along with belongings and livestock under the cover of encounter at Maloora,” spokesman said.
“Such repressive methods and tactics won’t deter us from carrying forward the struggle,” the spokesman quoted Malik as having said.
He urged well off people to come forward and provide wholehearted help for the rehabilitation of the affected families.
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