Rich tributes paid to Syed Ali Gilani in Muzaffarabad

Muzaffarabad September 13 (KMS): The Azad Kashmir Pensioners Association held a condolence meeting at Chatar Domail in Muzaffarabad with Raja Akhtar Hussain in chair, today, to pay tributes to the veteran Hurriyat leader, Syed Ali Gilani, who passed away recently in Srinagar, Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Raja Akhtar Hussain addressing the condolence meeting said that Syed Ali Gilani’s ideology would always be established as he stood like a rock against Indian state terrorism and never bowed before it.

Raja Mumtaz Khan on the occasion said that Syed Ali Gilani tolerated the imprisonment for the Kashmir cause and rights of the Kashmiri people, adding that he was always committed with the people of the territory. He said that the occupation forces could not weaken his struggle and commitment to the freedom movement. He added that Syed Ali Gilani was the symbol of the struggle of self-determination of Kashmiris.

Syed Nazir Hussain Shah deplored that the Indian authorities snatched the body of Syed Ali Gilani from his family and buried it against the wish of the veteran Hurriyat leader, which was against the international law. He said that it was time that the world should take action against India and stop human rights violations in IIOJK

The meeting unanimously approved a resolution, paying rich tributes to Shaheed Syed Ali Gilani, reiterated the Kashmiris’ resolve to continue the freedom movement till taking it to its logical conclusion.

In the resolution, the participants of the meeting demanded of the government of Azad Kashmir to attribute a university with the name of Syed Ali Gilani due to his unprecedented contributions and sacrifices for the Kashmir cause.

Sofi Gohar Rehman, Mir Mohammad Rafique, Bashir Dar, Zawar Naqvi, Sardar Muhammad Latif Abbasi, Qazi Mohammad Siddiq, Muzaffar Hussain Minhas, Mohammad Bashir Tareen, Raja Shaukat Ali Khan, Sardar Muhammad Fayyaz Abbasi, Mohammad Salim Abbasi, Syed Manzoor Ali Shah, Shah, Mir Hussein Abbasi and others addressed the condolence meeting.

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