DFP remembers Sheikh Abdul Aziz on eve of his anniversary

Srinagar, August 08 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) has remembered senior Hurriyet leader, Sheikh Abdul Aziz, on eve of his 13th martyrdom anniversary and paid tribute to his services towards the freedom movement.

It was on August 11, 2008 when Indian army personnel shot dead senior APHC leader, while he was leading a mammoth march towards the Line of Control in the aftermath of the economic blockade against the Kashmir Valley by the Hindu fanatic groups of Jammu.

The DFP in a statement issued in Srinagar said that Sheikh Abdul Aziz was a close associate of illegally detained party Chairman, Shabbir Ahmad Shah and the two had spent a long time together on the path of resistance.

Shabbir Shah was deeply saddened and shocked by the martyrdom of his long time comrade and he had secretly reached Pampore, the residence of Sheikh Abdul Aziz from Uri despite large deployment of the Indian troops.

It was the result of the sacrifices of Sheikh Abdul Aziz and dozens of other martyrs that New Delhi and its local collaborators withdrew the controversial land transfer order, the statement added.

The DFP termed the sacrifices of all the martyrs and their heroic deeds as unforgettable and reiterated its commitment to take the mission of all the martyrs of Kashmir to its logical conclusion.

It expressed concern over the fact that New Delhi is now enacting legislation under which millions of kanals of land in IIOJK has already been transferred to various occupational institutions. The height is that now no one is allowed to speak against this imperialist tactic of India, it maintained.

Expressing concern, the party said that if India’s imperialist hands were not stopped; the day is not far when the people of Kashmir would be evicted from their homes and compelled to live the lives of second-class citizens in their own land.