Nayeem pays tributes to Gaw Kadal martyrs
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 21: Senior Hurriyat leader and National Front chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan on Friday paid rich tributes to the Gaw Kadal martyrs.
Fifty one persons were killed by the armed forces at Gaw Kadal in 1990.
In a statement, Khan said “the massacres by forces reflect the design of India to muzzle the freedom voice of Kashmiris.” “This is not hidden that such tactics has continued for past two decades. However, these incidents have strengthened the resolve of Kashmiris,” he said.
“In spite of so many massacres, the forces were not able to crush the freedom sentiment of Kashmiris,” he said.
Khan said the Government of India should initiate steps towards resolving the Kashmir issue for permanent peace in the South Asia.
Asserting that there were voices in India supporting the Kashmir cause, Khan said, “GoI should reject the negative politics of Bharatiya Janata Party.”
Khan said time had come when BJP would get ’befitting’ reply to its ‘communal politics’ on R-Day.
Khan extended support to the Hurriyat Conference and Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front Lal Chowk Chalo call on R-Day.
He appealed people to observe Jan 26 as Black Day and march towards Lal Chowk to negate the ‘communal politics’ of BJP.
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