Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) leaders on Sunday said that people of Jammu Kashmir are striving and sacrificing for their complete freedom saying "the day is not far when Jammu Kashmir will achieve freedom and emerge as a free nation among the nations of the world."
In a statement issued to KNS, JKLF spokesman said that vice chairman JKLF advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt and deputy chief organizer Mir Siraj ud Din Davood while addressing gatherings at Wagar and Rathsona Budgam today said, "to achieve this goal we all will have to adhere to the principles of unity, brotherhood, discipline and continued struggle."
"If we are able to follow to these principles no power on earth can ever defeat us."
"People of Jammu Kashmir are striving for complete freedom and on daily basis are rendering sacrifices for freedom. Even today in Pulwama, Budgam and other corners of Kashmir this process of sacrifices is continuing relentlessly," they said.
Condemning the atrocities committed by forces today at Pulwama, Budgam and other places in Kashmir, JKLF leaders said "when tyranny and oppression crosses its limit, the day is not far when oppression by New Delhi will have come to an end in Jammu Kashmir."
"We appeal people to remember these sacrifices. While remaining steadfast during their resistance desist from any act that may harm the interests of common people," they said.
JKLF leaders also emphasized on the need of helping the affected people. "It is necessary for all of us to remain vigilant and reach out to those who are needy in these hard days," they said. (KNS)