Sethi mourns death of PaK communist leader
Jammu, July 9: Veteran Communist leader of the Jammu and Kashmir Krishan Dev Sethi has expressed sorrow and grief over the demise of Barrister Qurban Ali Khan who breathed his last in London Hospital.
In a statement, Sethi paid tributes to Barrister Khan and said that fight for the emancipation of the people of the J&K state will continue.
Sethi recalled that when he was in Mirpur recently, Jammu and Kashmir People National Party (JKPNP) organised a massive public meeting where large size portraits of Marx, Engels, Mao Tse Tung and Che Guevera were put on display in the background.
He organised down-trodden people and working classes in PaK for the better living of people and socialistic pattern of society free from any kind of exploitation by the ruling classes.
He also championed the cause of independence and unity of the state on perfect secular progressive principles.
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