Need to take mission of martyrs to logical end: Separatists
Srinagar, July 30: Senior Leader of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Bashir Ahmad Bhat Monday called for concerted efforts to take the ongoing movement to its logical conclusion.
Addressing a seminar titled “Importance of United Nations Resolutions of August 13 1948 vis-a- vis Right to Self Determination”, Bhat said that sacrifices rendered by Kashmiris for resolution of Kashmir issue won’t go waste.
“Resolution of Kashmir issue should be in consonance with the sacrifices rendered by Kashmiris and no solution can be found without the involvement of the people of Kashmir,” Bhat said.
“It is time for the leadership to ponder. In the past some people wearing masks would participate in rallies of mainstream parties. But today they are now openly participating in their events.”
The JKLF leader also expressed dismay over “overcrowding” of political leadership in Kashmir.
“Today there is congestion of political parties and 1200 chairmen are not ready to relinquish their posts,” he said, adding that it is high time for “unified efforts for strengthening ongoing movement.”
Chairman of Peoples Political Party Hilal Ahmad War said “black sheep within the ranks of movement should be exposed in interest of movement.” “The role of adjudication and settlement of Kashmir issue lies with Kashmiris,” he said.
Speaking on the occasion, chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (H) Javaid Ahmad Mir said Pakistan and India shouldn’t priotize trade over Kashmir issue.
“We are not against trade, but Kashmir issue shouldn’t be pushed to backburner,” he said.
Chief of Islamic Student’s League Shakeel Bakshi said participation in electoral politics till resolution of Kashmir issue is futile.
Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (R) spokesman, Tahir Ahmad Mir, Islamic Political Party chairman Muhammad Yosouf Naqash also spoke on the occasion.
The seminar was organized by Mahaz-e- Azadi in memory of Muhammad Maqbool Malik.
Meanwhile , chief Patron of Jammu Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi (MeA) Muhammad Azam Inqilabi paid tributes to Martyr Muhammad Maqbool Malik on his 21st anniversary.
In a statement issued here, Inqilabi paid glowing tributes to all martyrs of Kashmir. “Every Kashmir martyr is a beacon-light for us. Martyrdom of Maqbool Malik provided a way for change in strategy of the movement for its good.”
He said martyrs are identity of this nation. “World remembers Kashmir as a brave nation only because of them.”
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