Islamabad: The All Parties Hurriyat Conference Azad Jammu and Kashmir (APHC-AJK) chapter held a condolence reference in Islamabad, today, to pay tribute to Hurriyat leaders, Mushtaq Ahmed Wani and Dr Abdul Aala, on their death anniversaries.
APHC-AJK Convener, Mehmood Ahmed Saghar, presided over the meeting.
The speakers on the occasion said that Mushtaq Ahmad Wani and Dr Abdul Aala started their political journey with an organization called Al-Fatah, formed for the liberation of Kashmir and as its members endured the hardships of imprisonment. They said both the leaders were committed and worked day and night to further the Kashmir cause and finally rendered their lives for this purpose.
The speakers paid homage to the two Kashmiri leaders and said that they had always insisted on a united front and the unity was still needed today. They said that India was killing the Kashmiris and wanted them to give up their legitimate struggle. The only way to stop the treacherous enemy from its nefarious intentions is unity and consensus, they added.
At the end of the meeting, prayers were offered for the martyrs of Kashmir and determination was expressed to continue the liberation movement till complete success.
The condolence reference was attended among others by Muhammad Farooq Rahmani, Altaf Hussain Wani, Sheikh Abdul Mateen, Adeel Mushtaq Wani, Muhammad Hussain Khatib, Imtiaz Wani, Advocate Parvez Ahmed, Hassan Bana, Dawood Yousafzai, Altaf Ahmed Butt, Syed Aijaz Rehmani, Nisar Mirza, Sheikh Muhammad Yaqoob, Saleem Haroon, Zahid Ashraf, Raja Khadim Hussain, Zahid Safi, Haji Sultan Butt, Gulshan Ahmed, Mushtaq Ahmed Butt, Syed Mushtaq Hussain, Muhammad Shafi Dar, Abdul Majeed, Muhammad Ashraf Dar, Sheikh Abdul Majid, Javed Iqbal Butt, Nazir Ahmed Karnai, Dr Waleed Rasool, Iqbal Baloch and Attaullah.
The participants also paid rich tribute to the APHC leader, Nisar Hussain Rathar, who passed away in Srinagar on Tuesday. They prayed Allah mighty to rest the departed soul in eternal peace and grant courage to the bereaved family to bear this loss with patience.