Nayeem Khan visits party office

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, May 28: Senior separatist leader and National Front (NF) chairman Nayeem Khan Tuesday visited the party head office where he was received by party’s central office bearers. Khan was released recently.
“After taking stock of the party affairs Khan revealed that Shaheed Afzal Guru has penned down a number of pieces while he was in Tihar jail and his well wishers have given them the shape of a book which is going to be released very soon,” the spokesperson said.
While paying rich tributes to Afzal, Khan said that sending him to gallows very secretly and selectively is a negative result of the ‘Indian arrogance.’ “Denying the body of Afzal to his family is a clear indication that arrogance of power has corrupted India beyond limits. Shaheed Afzal’s body has been jailed which not only is an illegal but an inhuman and uncivilized act,” Khan said.
“What else will be proud for Shaheed Afzal’s son, wife, brothers and other family members than their family has given a martyr to their nation who is now living in the heart of every Kashmiri,” Khan said and added that discussion over Afzal’s hanging in the Norwegian parliament is a clear indication that the precious blood of Kashmiri martyrs has finally started creating ripples. He said the international community should play its role in ensuring return of the mortal remains of Afzal to his legal heirs.
The NF Chairman said that hundreds of Kashmiris are languishing in the jails of J&K and outside.
Khan said the Pakistani prisoner Sannaullah lost his life only because he was kept with the dreaded criminals in Kot Bhalwal jail in Jammu. Khan referred to his statement of April 12, 2013 which he had made during his detention in the court premises. He said, “Had my statement been taken seriously, Sannaullah would have been alive.”

Lastupdate on : Tue, 28 May 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 28 May 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 29 May 2013 00:00:00 IST




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