Bloody event

The translation of Urdu version of bloodshed at Islamabad on 23rd Sept 1931 by Farhana which appeared on 13th July 2013 in Greater Kashmir has opened our eyes as this piece of history has all along been kept away from young generation of Kashmir.
The author of the urdu version late Abdul Rehman was a well known personality in Islamabad and had many publication to his credit which also include the book on various events of various prophets in the form of a book titled as; Kisasul-e-ambiya.
The events which unfolded on 23rd Sept, 1931 at Malaknag, Anantnag when a peaceful protest was fired upon by dogra rulers. The peaceful protesters were demanding that a temporary mosque may be allowed to get constructed inside the park (now called Shairbaug) but Dogra rulers have different designs to consume innocent lives.
Khan Mukhtar
Khan.mukhtar@live.com
Islamabad.Kashmir

Lastupdate on : Wed, 17 Jul 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 17 Jul 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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