Islamabad 14, Feb 2010: ” The martyrdom of Ghulam Muhammad Bullah in Feb 1975 testifies that the Kashmir issue can not be resolve by bilateral agreements.” This was stated in a press message by Muhammad Farooq Rehmani on the martyrdom of Ghulam Muhammad Bullah, who as a young freedom fighter was arrested by police during an anti-accord demonstration in Sopore on 14, Feb 1975, beaten and tortured by police in the local police station and later in central jail Srinagar,
where he breathed his last on 15 Feb. After torturing him to death, his dead body was taken under tight security to sopore and buried there in the dark hours of 15 February. The tragic death of Bullah sparked protest demonstrations in Kashmir, but, the government did not conduct judicial probe into the tragic incident, despite their announcement in this regard.
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said that the Delhi Accord 1975, was marked by the state- vide call of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Shaheed, then premier of Pakistan to reject the bilateral agreement between Indira Ghandhi and Sheikh Abdullah. Bhutto’s Call paralyzed Jammu and Kashmir on Friday 28th Feb, 1975, thus rejecting Indian concocted stance over the accession of Kashmir.