JKPL pays tributes to mufti Ghulam Mohi-u-Din Najar
Srinagar, February 22, 2013 (PPI-OT): The Jammu Kashmir Peoples League (JKPL) has paid tributes to Mufti Ghulam Mohi-u-din Najar of Lolab Kupwara on his 13th martyrdom anniversary, who was one of prime founders of JKPP. Ghulam Mohi-u-din Najar was arrested by the Indian police and remained under detention for continuously six years. Mufti Najar was killed outside TADA court in Srinagar by Indian Task Force in 2000.
The JKPP spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar said that APHC leader and the party Chairman Mukhtar Ahmad Waza in his message sent from Shar-e-Bagh Police Station in Islamabad, said that the sacrifices of Kashmiri martyrs would not be allowed to go waste and their mission would be taken to its logical conclusion, despite all odds.
Waza said that Kashmiri martyrs centre-staged Kashmir dispute at the international level and emphasises that India had converted the entire south Asian region into a dangerous zone due to its state terrorism and continued curfew. He added that the people of Kashmir were being victimised for demanding their inalienable right to self–determination.
He said that Kashmiris liberation struggle was genuine and based on the principles of justice. He urged India to honour the commitment made by its leaders with the international community to give the Kashmiris the right to decide their fate themselves.
Meanwhile the party spokesman has strongly condemned the continued detention of Mukhtar Ahmad Waza and said his health condition was not good. He also demanded return of Afzal Guru’s body to his family.
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