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JKPFL pays tributes to top leaders of Al-Fatah Force and Gaw Kadal Massacre

January 22, 2021 Leave a comment Go to comments

Islamabad, January 22: The Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Freedom League, has paid rich tributes and offered Fatiha for the top mujahedeen commanders of Al-fatah Force JK and more than 50 civilian martyrs of Gaw Kadal massacre 1990. The martyred leaders included Muhammad Yousuf Chopan alias Zangi, his companion Abdul Rasheed Khan, and Fayaz Ahmad Shah. Muhammad yousuf Chopan Chief of Al Fatah Force, and Abdul Rasheed Khan were martyred by the Indian occupation troops at Botho Bandipore in 2000, while Fayaz Ahmad Shah in charge of Srinagar sectar was martyred in 1994 at Barzala Srinagar.

On the occasion of their martyrdom anniversary, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani eulogized their struggle  and sacrifices for the cause of Kashmir saying that they dedicated their youth to the national cause of freedom for Jammu and Kashmir and therefore will always be remembered. Muhammad yousuf chopan Zangi led the struggle until his martyrdom. Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said that the state of affairs in Jammu and Kashmir was not under control and India had failed to contain the public wave for freedom, thousands of people were languishing in Indian jails facing life sentences and fabricated cases under the anti-terrorism laws. After the fragmentation of the State and it’s illegal and unpopular merger with India, the Kashmiris were subjected to demographic changes owing to implementation of new domicile laws in violation of the 100 year old permanent Resident law. As a result of the Hindutva onslaught against the Kashmiris, the Kashmiri society was insecure and on social, political and economic edges. He urged on the UN to save Jammu and Kashmir by invoking relevant chapters of the Charter and the UNCIP resolutions adopted to hold a free, fair and impartial plebiscite in across the Jammu and Kashmir State.

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