Inquilabi pays tributes to late Mirwaiz Qazi Nisar
Srinagar, June 19: Chief Patron Jammu Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi (MeA) Muhammad Azam Inqilabi Tuesday paid rich tributes to Dr Qazi Nissar on his 18th death anniversary.
In a statement here Inqilabi said, “ Martyrs are soul of our struggle. We take inspiration from our six lakh martyrs,” he said.
He said present calm in Kashmir is “superficial” attained through sheer force. “By killing people and arresting thousands, authorities want peace of graveyard here,” he said.
The MeA patron alleged that detainees in various jails here are facing ill treatment.
“Senior leaders like Dr Qasim, Mushtaq-ul-Islam and Masarat Aalam have spent years in jails. Besides there are thousands of youth languishing in jails. They are being treated poorly,” he added.
Inqilabi condemned the action of authorities asking People’s League leader Khan Sopori to “vacate” his house.
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