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Chairperson All Parties Hurriyat Conference (M), Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, who is under house arrest for the past three days, Wednesday talked to the families of the two students Danish Farooq and Shaista Hamid, who were killed in forces action in Pulwama on Sunday, and expressed sympathies with the bereaved families, a statement issued by APHC (M) here said.
Terming the killings as highly unfortunate, Mirwaiz said that their “martyrdoms” are assets to the Kashmiri nation and the sacrifices of these youngsters for the just cause of the “right to self-determination” of the people of Kashmir would bear fruits and the ongoing “resistance” movement would reach its logical conclusion.
Meanwhile, the statement added that a delegation comprising of senior Hurriyat leader, Muhammad Musadiq Adil, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza, Farooq Mamoosi, Abdul Majid Wani, Mir Ghulam Hassan and a number of other APHC leaders visited Pulwama residences of the “martyred” youth Danish Farooq and Shaista Hamid and expressed sympathy with their bereaved families.
Addressing the condolence gathering on the occasion, the APHC leaders paid “glowing tributes” to the “martyred” students and other martyrs of the Kashmir’s “resistance” movement and said that by using “oppressive” and “suppressive” tactics, the just rights of the people of Kashmir and their voices cannot be crushed for long.
Meanwhile, an APHC spokesman expressed grief and shock over the death of the wife of one of the “topmost resistance” leaders of Kashmir, Muhammad Maqbool Bhat and expressed sympathy with the bereaved family.
Senior Hurriyat leaders Ghulam Nabi Zaki, Syed Muzaffar Rizvi, Ghulam Hassan Mir, Jaffar Kashmiri and others participated in the funeral prayers in absentia for the deceased and recalled the role played by this house maker of one of the “topmost resistance” leaders of Kashmir, and her patience and steadfastness and paid glowing tributes to her.