Tributes paid to July 13 martyrs
‘THIS DAY MARKS BEGINNING OF KASHMIRIS’ FREEDOM STRUGGLE’
Srinagar, July 11: Various pro-freedom organisations have paid tributes to the martyrs of July 13, 1931, urging the people to observe July 13, as day of reaffirmation of oath to take their mission to its logical end.
Paying tributes to martyrs of July 13, 1931, the United Jihad Council chairman and Hibzul Mujahideen supreme commander Syed Salah-ud-Din urged the people to observe July 13, as the day of reaffirmation of oath to take their mission to its logical end.
“This day has the significance of marking the beginning of the ongoing freedom struggle. On this day the Kashmiris for the first time raised their voice against the atrocities perpetrated by the Dogra rulers on them and 22 persons offered supreme sacrifices of their life. The ongoing freedom movement is the continuous process of that struggle and it will continue till the complete demilitarization of Jammu Kashmir.”
Salah-ud-Din, according to UJC statement issued by its spokesman Syed Sadaqat Hussain from Pakistan administered Kashmir, said, “The best way to pay tributes to the July 31, martyrs is that we should take their cherished mission to its logical end.” He emphasized the need for unity among pro-freedom parties to make India shun its obduracy.
Describing July 13, as the most effulgent day in the Kashmir history, the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front paid glowing tributes to July 13, 1931, martyrs.
“July 13, 1931, martyrs challenged the autocratic rule in Kashmir thereby laying the foundation of the freedom struggle,” said a spokesman of the Front in a statement today, reiterating the pledge to take their mission to its logical end.
Paying rich tributes to all the martyrs from 13th July 1931 till now, the National Front chairman Nayeem Ahmad Khan said Kashmiris have never accepted any sort of slavery.
Addressing the Front workers’ meeting here, Khan said, “The martyrs have accomplished their job now it our responsibility to take their mission it its logical end.”
The Jammu and Kashmir Anjuman Sharie-e-Shian president Aga Sayed Hassan Mustaffa Al-Moosvi Al-Sufvi, while paying rich tributes to the martyrs of July 13, 1931, he appealed to the people to make successful the July 13, programme given by the Hurriyat Conference (M).
Paying rich tributes to the July 13, 1931, martyrs, the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples’ League chairman Ghulam Muhammad Khan Sopori urged the people to assemble at Martyrs Graveyard, Eid Gah, here on July 13, morning.
Jammu Kashmir Mass Movement, while paying tributes to July 13, martyrs, urged the people to make successful the programme given by the Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani on July 13.
Paying glowing tributes to July 13, 1931, martyrs, the Jammu Kashmir Peoples League acting chairman Mukhtar Ahmad Waza urged the people to take the mission of martyrs to its logical end.
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