Front leaders vow to carry forward JKLF founder's mission

Front leaders vow to carry forward JKLF founder's mission

The JKLF leaders offered Fateh for the departed soul of Ammanullah Khan and prayed for good health and early recovery of its ailing chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik.

While reiterating their pledge to carry forward the mission of JKLF founder Amanullah Khan, the Front leaders during an extra-ordinary session here on Monday resolved that the party would leave no stone unturned to materialize the deceased leader’s cherished dream.

 

The meeting held under the chairmanship of Abdul Hameed Bhat the vice chairman of JKLF was attended by Hafiq Muhammad Anwar Samavi, Rafique Ahmed Dar, Saleem Haroon, Manzoor Ahmed Khan, Khawaja Saifudin, Abid Gilgiti and others. Front leaders voiced their full confidence over the party leadership and made it clear that the party would never compromise on its ideals. The participants of the meeting vowed not to compromise any of the party ideals/ideology till the attainment of complete freeom of their motherland.

 

Speaking on the occasion the JKLF vice chairman Abdul Hameed Bhat said, "It (JKLF) is not just an organization, but a movement that was founded by Qaid-eTehreek Amannulah Khan way back in 1977". He observed that Khan was in fact an institution and a peerless personality. Referring to JKLF founder’s supreme sacrifices and his unwavering struggle Bhat said that no one would be allowed to ignore or betray the supreme sacrifices rendered by Quaid-e-Inqilab Ammanulah Khan, Shaheed Maqbool Bhat, Ishfaq Majeed Wani and thousands of Kashmiri martyrs. He said that the deceased leader’s years-long struggle and the guiding principles were not only the beacon of light for all but a key to success.

 

The participants of the meeting expressed their gratitude to prime minister of Pakistan Mian Nawaz Sharif and others who condoled the demise of  JKLF founder. They also thanked the former PaK premier Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan for his presence at all occasions right from JKLF co-founder’s funeral prayers at Rawalpindi to his interment in Gilgit.

 

According to Front spokesman some important decisions were taken in the meeting that included the construction of a tomb at JKLF founder’s grave in Gilgit, constructing wall of honour in Muzaffarabad, holding a condolence reference in Islamabad and publishing a pamphlet that would give a brief account of Khan’s years long struggle and his indomitable role in the ongoing struggle.

 

A four member committee has been constituted that has been assigned the task to make necessary arrangements regarding the condolence reference being held on 23 May. The meeting also hailed Manzoor Ahmed Khan for serving JKLF supreme head selfless for more than 26 years.

 

The JKLF leaders offered Fateh for the departed soul of Ammanullah Khan and prayed for good health and early recovery of its ailing chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik.