Islamabad, September 05 (KMS): The All Parties Hurriyet Conference Azad Kashmir (APHC-AJK) chapter organized a condolence reference in Islamabad to pay homage to the deceased Hurriyet leaders, Dr Abdul Aala and Mushtaq Ahmed Wani.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the condolence reference was chaired by the APHC-AJK Convener, Ghulam Muhammad Safi, while Jamaat-e-Islami AJK senior leader, Abdul Rasheed Turabi, was the chief guest.

Speakers on the occasion eulogized the services of the two leaders, who had started their political journey with Al-Fateh organization. They said that the two leaders were of great repute in Kashmir for their commitment and sacrifices for the Kashmir cause. They said that the two leaders since their youth were part of Kashmir freedom movement and left no stone unturned to highlight the Kashmir cause and Indian brutalities at the international level.

The leaders expressed concern over the increasing Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir and urged the international community to help stop human rights violations in the territory. They said that permanent peace could not be established in South Asia without resolving the Kashmir dispute and the Kashmiris would continue their struggler till they achieved their right to self-determination.

Dr Abdul Aala was an MBBS doctor who was suspended five times during his service by the then occupied Kashmir administration and finally was terminated in 1989. Mushtaq Wani being a student of Jammu University stood firm by Dr Aala for the freedom of Kashmir from Indian occupation, got detained and later migrated from occupied Kashmir to Azad Kashmir.

The speakers included Muhammad Farooq Rehmani, Mehmood Ahmed Saghar, Hassan Al-Bana, Abdul Hameed Lone and Sardar Usman Attique.


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