JKLF leaders pay tributes to slain civilians

Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) leaders today visited Budgam and Ganderbal districts where they addressed public meetings, paying rich tributes to the youth who were slain on April 9.
JKLF leaders pay tributes to slain civilians
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Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) leaders today visited Budgam and Ganderbal districts where they addressed public meetings, paying rich tributes to the youth who were slain on April 9.    

"Our martyrs are our heroes and by exemplary election boycott on 9th April, Kashmiri's have proved this beyond any doubt. These innocent martyrs have written an in-erasable page of our resistances history and their sacrifices will always be remembered. They endeavored bullets and pellets on their heads and chests but refused to accept fraud Indian election drama. Through their exemplary election boycott on April 9, 2017, people of Kashmir in unambiguous  way have declared that Kashmiri's only want freedom from illegal Indian control and also that our martyrs are our real heroes and Kashmiris will left no stone unturned to achieve the descried goal of these great martyrs," a spokesman of the Front, in a statement today, quoted the leaders as saying while addressing public gatherings. 

He said, "JKLF leaders Noor Muhammad Kalwal, Muhammad Yasin Butt, Siraj- ud -Din Mir,Gulzar Pahlawan and Molvi Abdul Rashid visited Barsoo, Gandebal, Ratsouna Budgam, Churmujroo Budgam and Kawoosa and expressed solidarity with recent innocent martyrs Umar Farooq, Adil Farooq and Nisar Ahmad Mir. They met with their bereaved families and expressed condolences and also addressed public meetings held in memory of the slain youth.

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