Srinagar, Dukhtaran e Millat on Friday paid glorious tributes to Muhammad Afzal Guru and Maqbool Bhat on their martyrdom anniversaries.
In a statement, the chairperson of DeM, Syedah Aasiyah Andrabi said the souls of the duo attained freedom from the slavery and the imprisonment of government and they made their nation proud.
“They have proved that government cannot eliminate the freedom sentiments of the Kashmiri nation by whatsoever activities,” she said.
She said that both suffered and sacrificed for the sacred cause of Kashmir and tolerated all ups and downs. Their sacrifices have been recorded in the history and would act as a guiding light for the generations to come.
“Observing a day in their honour without any goal is useless. The day should be observed by resolving the issue,”
She said that Kashmiris have laid numerous sacrifices for the cause and there is no way to back out or surrender. “We have to stand firm, surrendering is a trait of a hypocrite,” she said.
She said that Muhammad Maqbool Bhat and Muhammad Afzal Guru are heroes of the Kashmiri nation. “Kashmiri nation has come under government forces since last 71 years and during this period lacks our valiant and bold people have sacrificed lives for the sacred cause but Muhammad Maqbool Bhat and Shaheed Muhammad Afzal Guru are two different cases among those who were detained, executed and buried in the same jail and in the same month.”
Andrabi said that both will continue to inspire generations and will be remembered as great symbols of courage and sacrifices and will be acting as guiding lights for subjugated people throughout the world to stand firm and determined against all sorts of tyranny and tyrannical tactics.
Reacting to the statement of chief minister Mehbooba Mufti wherein she has condemned the killing of a lady, Zainab in Poonch during cross loc shelling, and demanded that India and Pakistan should talk.
The chairperson said that Zainab is our own daughter; She is a resident of Kashmir. But where was Mehbooba’s sympathy when school kids were killed in Azad Kashmir after their school van was attacked.