Srinagar, December 03 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, an impressive congregational prayer gathering was held today at Sideeqabad in Batamaloo for late Sheikh Abdul Kabeer in which thousands of people participated and paid homage to late Sheikh Abdul Kabeer.

Besides JKLF Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, various important personalities, representatives of different social, political, trade bodies and religious organizations including Javed Ahmad Mir Shabbir Ahmad Dar Tariq Ahmad Dar, Farooq Ahmad Wani Bashir Ahmad Tota and M Iqbal Mir participated in the gathering.

Muhammad Yasin Malik addressing on the occasion said that Sheikh Abdul Hameed was a symbol of unity and sacrificed his life for the same goal. He said his father Sheikh Abdul Kabeer also represented the same ideology and always remained busy with his social work and philanthropy.

He said that Sheikh Abdul Hameed after his release from jail in 1992 strived for unity and actually succeeded in forging unity at that time. He said that unity, oneness, humble behavior and social work were some main features of late Haji Abdul Kabeer Sheikh who along with his family tolerated jails, tortures, raids and much more but never showed any sign of fatigue and kept the flame of struggle and resistance high till his last breath.

Other speakers also hailed the social work and philanthropy of late Sheikh Abdul Kabeer and said that he and his families’ struggle and sacrifices can never be ignored by any Kashmiri.

At the end congregational prayers were held for the deceased and people prayed for the heavenly abode of late Sheikh Abdul Kabeer and also for Sabr-e-Jamil to his bereaved family.

At the end, JKLF leader, advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt paid glowing tributes to the deceased and thanked the participants for gracing the occasion.


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