Shabir Shah, Javed Mir,visit Kulgam
Srinagar, Nov 15: Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) Chairman Shabir Ahmad Shah and JKLF(H) chairman Javed Mir on Thursday said the deadly encounters between militants and armed forces would continue to soak the soil with human blood until Kashmir issue is resolved in accordance with the wishes and aspirations of its people.
Shah along with other Party leaders visited Chenegam village in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district where a militant Shabir Ahmad Mir was slain in an encounter with the forces earlier this week.
Shah while addressing a gathering said, “Five lakh people have sacrificed their lives for the Kashmir cause since 1947 but the New Delhi has never paid any heed to it.”
Meanwhile, a delegation of Party visited SKIMS, Soura, where Dr Qasim is undergoing treatment. The members enquired about the health of Dr Qasim and prayed for his speedy recovery.
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