JKLF pays tributes to Hamid Sheikh
Holds blood donation camp
Srinagar, Nov 19: The Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front acting chairman, advocate Bashir Ahmad Bhat on Saturday said the ongoing freedom movement had been nurtured by the martyrs with their sacred blood.
“And it is now our duty to take the mission of martyrs to its logical end,” said Bhat, while addressing a condolence meeting at Martyrs’ Graveyard, Eid Gah, here to mark the martyrdom anniversary of Shaheed-i-Hurriyat, Sheikh Abdul Hamid and his companions: Shaheed advocate Jameel Chowdhary, Shaheed Mushtaq Ahmad Lone, Shaheed Fayaz Ahmad Sheikh, Shaheed Mushtaq Ahmad Kotay, Shaheed Manzoor Ahmad Khan, Shaheed and Ghulam Ahmad. All of them achieved martyrdom on November 19, 1992, at Aali Kadal here.
Special prayers were held on the occasion for all martyrs including Aali Kadal martyrs and late Ghulam Nabi Bhat.
Meanwhile, the Hamid Blood Bank, Abi Guzar, organized a blood donation camp where various pro-freedom people including relatives of martyrs, Front leaders and members, students and journalists donated their blood.
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