Malik undergoes another surgery
JKLF pays tributes to Sofi Akbar
Srinagar, Dec 13: Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik, currently admitted in the Fortis Hospital, Delhi, was again operated upon today for removal of stents from his kidneys.
“Malik is recovering from the operation but is still in intensive care unit (ICU) of the hospital,” said JKLF spokesman in a statement today, appealing the people of Jammu Kashmir to keep praying for recovery and well being of Malik.
Meanwhile, Front has paid rich tributes to late Sofi Muhammad Akbar on his death anniversary, describing him a legend who had spurned the luxuries of power and assembly membership and chosen the way of struggle against New Delhi’s control over Jammu Kashmir.
“Sofi was a saintly person, who led a common man's life and always believed in struggle and work. He was a symbol of freedom during his life and will always remain so,” the spokesman quoted Front vice-chairman advocated Bashir Ahmad Bhat as having said.
Meanwhile, JKLF is organizing a condolence meeting on December 14, at 11 am at his Sofi’s graveyard in Sopore to mark his death anniversary.
Front has expressed condolences at the sad demise of Ghulam Nabi Rather in Asham Sonawari. A delegation of JKLF comprising advocate Bashir Ahmad Bhat, Noor Muhammad Kalwal, M Sideeq Shah, Prof Javed, Syed Nisar Jeelani, Abdul Rashid Magloo and Captain Javed visited the house of the deceased and expressed solidarity with the bereaved family.
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