Tehreek-e-Huriyat Jammu Kashmir chairman Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai while paying rich tributes to Commander Zakir Musa, said that despite highly educated and an engineering student, he stood for the freedom movement of Jammu Kashmir. His sacrifice infused a high spirit in ongoing movement in Jammu Kashmir, added Sehrai.
Hailing his invaluable and exemplary sacrifices. “for freedom movement in Jammu Kashmir , Sehrai said that he stood firm for Islam and never followed any sectarian ideology ,instead pursued a mission to see the glorification of Islam in Jammu Kashmir .
“I pay my salute to this legend “Sehrai said and added that despite a budding youth and highly educated, Zakir Musa proved a “mature and dedicated warrior” saying we are committed to the mission for whom he and his associate sacrificed their lives.”
Sehrai on Friday said the sacrifices rendered by martyrs infused a new life in resistance movement.
Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai expressed deep shock over “gruesome murder of Zahoor Ahmad brother of active militant Irfan Ahmad .
Condemning the forces action against militant’s families Sehrai said that “repressive measures, killing relatives of militants and intimidating them is deplorable”. “None of the international laws pertaining to war permit any such military action against unarmed civilians and militants,” he said.
Chairman said these “unjustified” actions are aimed at “building pressure on the freedom loving people as well as on the mujahedeen commanders to succumb before the Indian military might”.
Sehrai said that militancy is the reaction of New Delhi’s “obduracy” and denial of right to self-determination to the people of Kashmir.
Demanding that the culprits involved in this gruesome incident must be brought to justice, the chairman Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai said the occurrence of such heinous crimes is a shame for so-called Indian democracy.
‘Best way to pay homage is to support freedom struggle’: Geelani
Srinagar, May 24, CNS: Paying tributes to slain militant Zakir Moosa, Hurriyat (g) Conference chairman, Syed Ali Geelani said that the best and only way to pay homage to the slain militants and civilians is to support the freedom struggle in whatever possible way.
Condemning the gruesome incident of killing of Zahoor Ahmad of Tahab Pulwama by “government forces”, the Hurriyat leader expressed his deep concern on the unabated killings spree in Jammu and Kashmir. It is a sheer political vengeance to kill the innocent relatives of the militants said Hurriyat chairman while disclosing that Zahoor Ahmad is the brother of active militant Irfan Ahmad.
Pro-freedom leader termed it as a gross violation of human rights to punish Paul for the crime committed by Peter or the vice versa.
Hurriyat chairman while asserting for an early resolution of Kashmir dispute, said that the life of the people of Kashmir has become hell because of the disputed nature.
Zakir Musa was enthusiastic about Kashmir Freedom Movement: Hizb
Srinagar, May 25, CNS: Militant outfit Hizbul Mujhadeen Saturday paid rich tributes to popular militant commander Zakir Musa saying despite having difference with his style of functioning and ideology, the reality is that Zakir Musa was enthusiastic about Kashmir Freedom Movement and in taking on Indian armed forces.
The outfit Chief Syed Salahuddin said that: “the era of suppression will be over and the sacred blood of martyrs will definitely show true color.”
As per news agency CNS, while paying tributes to young commander Zakir Musa, the Hizb Chief Syed Salahuddin said that despite having differences with his ideology, Zakir Musa fought against Indian forces and preferred martyrdom over surrender for sake of freedom and Islam.
“The reality is that people of Kashmir are fighting against Indian rule while history is witness to the fact that how India promised plebiscite and then backtracked. “There was no need to fight a war, if India would have provided an opportunity to the people of Kashmir to decide about their fate,” he said adding that struggle will continue till taken to logical conclusion.
During the meeting, rich tributes were paid to slain militants as well as to Zahoor Ahmed, the brother of an active militant who according to organization was killed by Indian Army in cold blood.
The spokesperson of the outfit Salim Hashmi said that grief was expressed over the demise of Syeda Raja Haqani, the sister of Syed Salahuddin who breathed her last on May 24 (Friday). (CNS)