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Satirical: Azad ‪Kashmir‬ Ke Election by Farooq Rehmani

June 21, 2016 Leave a comment


آزاد ‫#‏کشمیر‬ کے الیکشن
چہرے ہیں مختلف مگر کردار ایک ہیں ۔۔ آر پار سب گماشتے جو ایک ہیں۔
چہرے ہیں مختلف پر کردار ایک ہیں۔۔ نو دو لتیو ں اور تا جرو ں کے نعرے جو ایک ہیں
کہتے ہیں کہ یہ خطہ بیس کیمپ ہے۔ لیکن یہاں 70 تک کسے ووٹ کا حق تھا ۔
مجاہدو ں نے قربانیاں دیں آزادی کے لئے ۔۔ لیکن تاجر بن کے اس کی بسا ط الٹ دی ۔
سٹیٹ سبجکٹ کی تقسیم عام ہے ۔ اس میں نہیں تمیز کوئی اصل و نقل ہے ۔
آتے ہیں بدل بدل کر سارے فقیر بھیس ۔ پرانی شر ا ب ڈ ا ل کر بو تل میں ڈال کے ۔
مرنا لکھا مذ ہب پہ بس کشمیر یو ں کے نصیب ۔۔ دیگر تمام الیکشن اور ٹریڈ پر چلے
حلیہ مجاہدوں کا اور شہیدوں کا تم بناؤ۔ اور سراب اور فریب کی دنیا بھی جا بساؤ
جتنی چاہو پارٹیاں بد لاؤ اور بنا ؤ۔کشمیر کے نام پر جاؤ اور موج خوب منا ؤ

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JKPFL commemorates Nazir Ahmad Shah’s sacrifices

June 21, 2016 Leave a comment

Srinagar, June 16: Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League held meetings to mark the 22nd martyrdom anniversary of Shaheed leader and commander Nazir Ahmad Shah of (Jehad Force) in different towns and villages of Kashmir, Srinagar, Bandipora, Baramulla, Islamabad, etc. The veteran Freedom fighting commander & political leader was martyred in Bemina on June, 14.94. It was the handiwork of army, police and their informers and collaborators who martyred him, followed by many hundreds of freedom fighters in 1994, the statement reads. Read more…

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Nazir Ahmad Shah a great freedom fighter of 1990s: Farooq Rehmani

June 21, 2016 Leave a comment
Islamabad, June 15, 2016: The Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League and former Convener All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC) AJK, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani, has paid rich tributes to Shaheed Nazir Ahmad Shah—a great and dedicated leading freedom fighter of 1980s and 1990s, who was martyred by Indian troops and their collaborators on June, 15, 1994 in Bemina Srinagar. He had succeeded famous commander of J&K Jehad Force (renamed Al-Fatah Force later), Jamal Afghani in December 1993, after the latter’s martyrdom on December 15, 1993. He was among those rare top ranking freedom fighters of his times, which was not product of accidental or ambitious politics of Kashmir.

He believed in universally acknowledged ideology of liberation and right of self-determination. In 1974, as a student he risked his life, to challenged Sheikh Abdullah’s new decision of reconciliation with India, during a public gathering in Bandipora, when the later was on a campaign-tour to the town for an accord and rapprochement with Indra Gandhi (then PM India).
Nazir Ahmad Shah was among front rank youth leaders who led political and armed struggle in Jammu and Kashmir without personal ambitions—hall-mark of present time political noise and media-show. Read more…

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