Hurriyat Conference (M) Thursday paid glowing tributes to the two militants killed Owais Ahmed Bhat and Tariq Ahmed Dar killed in an encounter at Brath Gund gunfight with the government forces stating that sacrifices of these youth are giving a new impetus to the ongoing freedom struggle.
The spokesman said that ultimate repression is also on to push the youth of Kashmir to the wall and but the fact remains that Delhi by displaying the “military might” can’t break the resolve of people of Kashmir neither can the international community be kept in dark for long now.
“Meanwhile, on the directions of amalgam chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, a delegation comprising Abdur Rashid Untoo, Abdul Majeed Wani, Ghulam Nabi Najar and Ghulam Hassan Mir visited the homes of teenage armed youth killed in Mujgund encounter Mudasir Parray and Shaheed Saqib Bilal Sheikh at Hanjin , Bandipora to express solidarity with the the families of slain youth. On the occasion, Mirwaiz spoke to the parents of slain Mudasir and Saqib and expressed his solidarity and heartfelt condolences with them,” the spokesman said.
“Mirwaiz paid rich tributes to both teenage militants and assured their parents that their sacrifices won’t go in vain,” said the spokesman.
According to a spokesman, Mirwaiz also spoke to the owners of nearly half a dozen houses blown up by forces during Mujgund encounter and termed the forces action as an open display of worst state terrorism. Mirwaiz assured the families members that entire Kashmiri nation was with them in this hour of testing time.
Meanwhile, the Hurriyat spokesman strongly condemned the continuous arrest of dozens of Hurriyat leaders and activists stating that these oppressive measures can’t break the resolve of resistance camp and instead will further strengthen their resolve to fight for the resolution of Kashmir.
The spokesman said that the Hurriyat leaders that include Muhammad Shafi Khan, Sufi Mushtaq Ahmad, Peer Ghulam Nabi, Ghulam Qadir Beig, Farooq Ahmed Saudagar, and Muhammad Sidiq visited the residence of incarcerated leader Farooq Ahmed Dar (Bita Karate) on the demise of his mother at Shutrashahi. The delegation conveyed the condolence message of chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and prayed for the departed soul.
“The delegation also visited the Ganderbal to condole the demise of the sister of Muhammad Amin who is the wife of Assadullah Rahter. The delegation offered special Fateh prayers on the occasion,” the spokesman said.