Asiya,JKMM pay tributes to Jammu martyrs
Srinagar, Nov 6: Paying rich tributes to the Jammu martyrs of November 6, 1947, the Dukhtaran-e-Milat chief Asiya Andrabi on Tuesday said these Muslims offered supreme sacrifices of their lives against New Delhi’s ‘imperialism’.
Meanwhile, Asiya, strongly condemned the imposition of restrictions by the police on the Muslim League seminar scheduled at Tehreek-e-Hurriyat head office, Hyderpora, here today. “This clearly proves that the government is extremely sacred of pro-freedom leadership,” she said.
Meanwhile Paying rich tributes to the Jammu martyrs of November 6, 1947, the chairperson of Jammu Kashmir Mass Movement Farida Behanji on Tuesday termed the day as a milestone in the history of Jammu Kashmir.
Farida while addressing a function held here today in memory of the Jammu martyrs reiterated the pledge that the ongoing struggle would continue till the mission of martyrs is achieved.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 6 Nov 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 6 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 7 Nov 2012 00:00:00 IST
- MORE FROM BRIEFS
Holds Seminar On Annual Day
Srinagar, Nov 6: Kashmir University Teachers Association (KUTA) Tuesday held a day-long seminar on “Contemporary Issues in Higher Education.” A KU spokesman said the seminar was organized to mark More
- Srinagar City
Given the fast shrinking land in this historic City in the heels of hills, the only way out is vertical expansion, comments Er Ashraf Fazili
DURING the past about 23 centuries, Srinagar has been witness to many transformations, be it in its nomenclature or location with changing rulers like Purana Dishthina (old capital) –now Pandrethan to More
Ravi Canal Project
Jammu, Nov 6: Ravi Tawi Irrigation Canal project has finally turned to be a bone of contention between PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Minister Taj Mohi-ud-Din and Finance Minister Abdul Rahim Rather More
Muzaffarabad, Nov 6: A two-day intra-Kashmir cross LoC women’s dialogue commenced here on Tuesday. The conference is being held under the aegis of 'AJK Women for Peace Organisation' (AJKWPO) and the More
Locals accuse BRO authorities of inordinate delay
Tangdhar: Inordinate delay by the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) to macadamize the Baghbela- Chitterkot road has become a source of inconvenience for the inhabitants. Widening of the Baghbela- Chitterkot More