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Profile of a great Kashmiri martyr; Bashir Ahmed Sheikh Gazi

February 14, 2017 Leave a comment

bashir-ahmad-sheikh-gaziBy Muhammad Abdullah 13|02|2107
The Senior most Commander of Jammu and Kashmir Al-Fatah Force Bashir Ahmed Sheikh, nom de guerre Gazi, martyred on 13th February 2002, was born at Kaloosa Bandipora in a peasant family. This hamlet has produced some of well known martyred commanders like:Abdul Khaliq Ganai(Jemal Afghani) and Nazir Ahmed Shah. Shaheed Abdul Majeed Khan also belonged to the same town.
Shaheed Bashir Ahmed Sheikh starled his political activities as pro-freedom activist in 1970s under the inspirations of Muhammad Farooq Rehman, who was then Chairman of the People’s League and today Chairman J&K People’s Freedom League. In 1988 Gazi Bashir Ahmad Sheikh joined the armed kaloosa-basheer-ahmad-sheikh-gazi-graveyardresistance for freedom of the State. He was imprisoned several times by Police and became famous in Kashmir North. In1989, he was arrested and detained in Sangrore Jail of India. He spent some years in Rajasthan jail also. Bashir Ahmed Sheikh was released in 1992, and became Chief Commander of the former Jihad Force. But, again arrested in 1994 at Barzulla Srinagar. Read more…

JKPFL pay tributes to Bashir Ahmad Sheikh (Gazi) and others on their 15th anniversary

February 14, 2017 Leave a comment

Islamabad, Feb 12 (PR): Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani, has paid glowing tributes to Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Sheikh nom de gurre Gazi, chief commander of Al Fatah Force, and his companions: Shabir Ahmad Mir (Waqas), Abdul Ahad Jan and and Saleem Khan, who were martyred by the Indian army and SOG, in one of the terrible Bandipora` encounters on 13, February 2002 in Watruna Bandipora. Read more…

Farooq Rehmani Paid tribute to Renowned Shaheed leader – Nazir Ahmad Shah on his 18th anniversary

June 15, 2012 Leave a comment
Quran Khawani in memory of Shaheeed Nazir Ahmad Shah at Srinagar by PFL

June 15 2012: Quran Khawani in memory of Shaheeed Nazir Ahmad Shah at Srinagar by PFL.

Islamabad, 15 Jun, 2012: Muhammad Farooq Rehmani Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League has paid glowing tributes to Nazir Ahmad Shah a leading freedom fighter and Commander J&K Jihad Force who championed the cause of freedom from his student life in 1970s to 15 June 1994, when he was arrested by special task force of Police(STF) only to be murdered brutally in custody the same day. He was a very popular young freedom fighter and political leader, who had challenged Sheikh Abdullah in a Public gathering in Bandipora in 1975 by asking questions on the internal autonomy, when the latter was leading a valley wide campaign of accord with the then Indian Prime minister Indra Gandhi.

Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said that his contribution to Kashmir Kashmir cause is un-forgettable. He further said that the martyred leader remained dedicated to his mission till the day of his martyrdom. Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said the mission of Kashmir’s freedom will continue till its logical end.

" Nazir Ahmad Shah a leading freedom fighter and Commander J&K Jihad Force who championed the cause of freedom from his student life in 1970s to 15 June 1994, when he was arrested by special task force of Police(STF) only to be murdered brutally in custody the same day. He was a very popular young freedom fighter and political leader, who had challenged Sheikh Abdullah in a Public gathering in Bandipora in 1975 by asking questions on the internal autonomy, when the latter was leading a valley wide campaign of accord with the then Indian Prime minister Indra Gandhi."

Nazir Ahmad Shah a leading freedom fighter and Commander J&K Jihad Force who championed the cause of freedom from his student life in 1970s to 15 June 1994, when he was arrested by special task force of Police(STF) only to be murdered brutally in custody the same day. He was a very popular young freedom fighter and political leader, who had challenged Sheikh Abdullah in a Public gathering in Bandipora in 1975 by asking questions on the internal autonomy, when the latter was leading a valley wide campaign of accord with the then Indian Prime minister Indra Gandhi.

Today on the occasion of the 18th anniversary of Shaheed Nazir Ahmad Shah, people offered Fateh at his grave in Bandipora. J&K People’s Freedom League at its office in Srinagar held a special meeting to commemorate martyrdom anniversary of Nazir Ahmad Shah, throwing light on his political life and sacrifices for the cause of Kashmir.