Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): Condolence messages over death of senior APHC leader Muhammad Musaddiq Aadil continue to pour in with more and more Hurriyat leaders and organizations paying rich tributes to the late champion of the Kashmir freedom struggle and expressing solidarity with his family.
Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party in a statement issued in Srinagar expressed deep sense of shock over the sad demise of Musaddiq Aadil who passed away at his hometown in Sopore, the other day.
The DFP Chairman Shabbir Ahmed Shah and acting chairman Mehmood Ahmed Saghar said that Musaddiq Aadil made lifelong contribution to the Kashmir cause and he was among pioneers of the ongoing liberation struggle.
Expressing their heartfelt condolences with the bereaved family, they said that the deceased leader’s contribution and sacrifices for the noble cause would always be remembered.
Senior APHC leader Nayeem Ahmed Khan in a message from Tihar Jail, New Delhi, while recalling his year’s long association with the deceased leader, said that Musaddiq Aadil accepted dictates of none but his own conscience.
“Despite facing trial and tribulations, Musaddiq never compromised his ideals”, Khan said. He prayed to Allah to rest the departed soul in eternal peace and grant him the highest place in Jannah.
APHC-AJK leaders and parties at a condolence meeting chaired by Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said that Kashmiri people had lost a leader after the death of Muhammad Musaddiq Aadil.