Maqbool Bhat icon of resistance: Azam Inqiliabi
Srinagar, Feb 6: Chief patron Jammu Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi (MeA) Muhammad Azam Inqilabi today paid glowing tribute to late Muhammad Maqbool Bhat on his martyrdom anniversary being observed on February 11, describing him as the icon of resistance.
“Maqbool Bhat, as ideological Muslim, was wedded to the mystic culture of Kashmir. He rejected Simla Agreement of 1972 and Indra-Abdullah accord of 1974. Both these defeatist agreements tried to entice Kashmiris to capitulate. The resolute Kashmiri nation vowed to offer every sort of sacrifice to achieve their objective,” said Inqilabi in a statement.
“About six lakh Kashmiris offered sacrifices during the past 65 years. We are proud of these martyrs. Kashmiri Mujahideen, who are followed the footsteps of late Maqbool Bhat, were ruthlessly martyred by armed forces. Over hundred thousand Mujahedeen were slaughtered by armed personnel during the past 25 years. And Kashmiri Mujahideen are still resisting the onslaught of Indian rulers with courage and fortitude,” Inqilabi added.
“It is incumbent on and obligatory for the freedom loving countries to come to our rescue. OIC, the organization of Islamic countries, should rise to the occasion to play the role of a savior. Muslim leaders meeting in OIC summit in Cairo (Egypt) should emphasize the pro-khilafat activism of Muslim Ummah. That is the only way to guarantee the redemption and deliverance. It is only through political parallelism that dynamic equilibrium of this global civilization can be restored. OIC should evolve an effective strategy to facilitate the freedom of Kashmir, Palestine, Afghanistan etc,” Inqilabi said.
“Senior political resistance leaders of Kashmir including Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Syed Ali Geelani, Shabir Ahmad Shah and Yasin Malik strained every nerve to co-opt Indian rulers for a peaceful and honourable settlement of Kashmir issue, but all in vain. Intransigence and obduracy of New Delhi is a hurdle in the peaceful settlement of Kashmir issue. The situation in Kashmir is fluid. Unpredictability is a part of it. OIC has to be very serious and prompt in saving Kashmiris from the ongoing onslaught,” Inqiliabi said.
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