DeM pays tributes to Tufail, other martyrs
Srinagar: Dukhtaran-e-Millat has paid glowing tributes to all the martyrs including Tufail Mattoo.
In a statement, it said a meeting was held on Saturday with party’s acting chief, Riffat Fatima in chair. Riffat said, “The callousness of the Government could be gauged from the fact that the armed forces shot dead 118 innocent youth last year and common people were not allowed to offer Fateh Khawani to them.” She said the sacrifices of martyrs would not be allowed to go waste at any cost and freedom struggle would continue till the realization of the objective.
Riffat appealed to all the international human rights organizations to play their role in providing justice to people of Kashmir and in getting released all the detainees.
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