Nayeem pays tributes to Qazi Aman
Srinagar: JK National Front chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan has termed the re-arrest of Qazi Yasir as an insult for the position of Mirwaiz South Kashmir.
Nayeem visited the house of Qazi Aman Ullah on Thursday and condoled his demise.
Paying rich tributes to Qazi Aman, Nayeem said, “The release of Qazi Yasir was a joke”. “The Government has proved it again that it has no regards for our respected citizens and the religious leaders like Qazi Yasir.”
Nayeem strongly condemned the re-arrest saying, “Such acts cannot weaken the ongoing resistance movement.”
He said, “All the prisoners who are languishing in different Jails are creating history in the ongoing resistance movement”.
Nayeem hailed Aman’s religious and social works.
Nayeem also paid rich tributes to Shaheed Shujat-ul-Islam, Ashfaq Ahmad and Imtiyaz Ahmad on their first death anniversary. He said it was a matter of concern that the killers of these youth were still roaming free even after they were found guilty by the Government investigation.
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