PL pays tributes to S Hamid
Srinagar, Apr 16: Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League, at a meeting held today at its headquarters, Rajbagh, here with its acting chairman Mukhtar Ahmad Waza in chair, paid glowing tributes to the memory of S Hamid Wani on his martyrdom anniversary.
“S Hamid Wani was arrested by the police and killed in custody on April 18, 1998 at Soura in Srinagar,” said a spokesman of the League in a statement today.
Speaking on the occasion, Mukhtar ahmad Waza said the sacrifices of Kashmiri martyrs had centre-staged the Kashmir dispute at the international level. He reiterated the pledge to continue the liberation struggle, despite all odds.
Waza urged India to show seriousness in resolving the Kashmir dispute issue. “Kashmir dispute is not a border dispute between India and Pakistan but a question of the future of Kashmiri people,” he said, reiterating that without the inclusion of Kashmiris’ genuine leadership, the dialogue process between Pakistan and India would remain meaningless process, as the people of Kashmir were the main party in the dispute.
The meeting was among other attended by Muhammad Ashraf Sofi, Muhammad Maqbool Sofi, Ghulam Qadir Rah, Imtiyaz Reshi, Ghulam Nabi Waseem, Nazir Ahmad Khan, Ghulam Ahmad Mir.
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