Shah, Mir, others pay tributes to Sofi Akbar
Sopore, Dec 14: The Democratic Freedom Party chairman Shabir Ahmad Shah today paid glowing tributes to Mahaz-e-Azadi founder Sofi Muhammad Akbar on his death anniversary, describing him a great and sincere political leader.
Shah while addressing a public meeting organized here in north Kashmir to commemorate the death anniversary of late Sofi Akbar said, “By rejecting the Indra-Sheikh Accord at a very crucial time Sofi had saved the Kashmir movement from getting buried.
“Indira-Sheikh accord was a conspiracy to suppress the struggle but Sofi’s rejection came handy that time and did not let the evil designs to succeed. Until and unless the Kashmir issue is resolved the struggle would not stop under any circumstances,” Shah said, adding that Sofi made the nation proud by safeguarding the sacrifices of the freedom fighters.
Shah was accompanied by JKLF (H) Chairman Javid Ahmad Mir, Islamic political chairman Muhammad Yusuf Naqash , Mukhtar Ahmad Sofi and Wasim Ahmad Lone.
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