APHC remembers Burhan on his 3rd martyrdom anniversary,
ISLAMABAD: While paying glowing tributes to Shaheed Burhan Muzaffar Wani the Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider Khan on Monday said that Wani ruled the hearts and minds of millions of Kashmiri youth.
“Burhan Muzaffar Wani is hero of Kashmir and millions of Kashmiri youth are his followers”, the AJK PM said this while addressing the participants of a rally held in connection with Wani’s 3rd anniversary at D-chowk Islamabad. He said over 100,000 people laid their lives including youth, women, children and elderly people in Kashmir liberation struggle. He added that Indian armed forces could not defeat the determination of people of Kashmir for their freedom movement despite crossing all limits of atrocities against them.
He said that the incumbent government at the center should play its active role to implement the recommendations of the report of UN human rights commission. He appealed the Pakistani brethren to bring political stability in the country to carry the Kashmir liberation struggle to its logical end.
The Premier assured APHC leadership including Syed Ali Gillani, Mir Waiz Umer Farooq, Shabbir Ahmed Shah and Yasin Malik and other leaders who are incarcerated by India that they are not alone in their just struggle. Mr. Haider observed that India believed that martyrdom of Muzaffar Wani had weakened Kashmir liberation struggle but she was mistaken. Wani’s Shahadat instead intensified the freedom struggle as every child of Kashmir wanted to become Muzaffar Wani.
The Prime Minsiter urged foreign ministry to play a proactive role for highlighting Kashmir issue over the globe. He said Kashmiris rendered unprecedented sacrifices and time was not far when they would reap the fruit of freedom. He gave the message to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that Kashmiris have never compromised on their freedom. They are out to do or die.
Others who addressed the rally included APHC convener Syed Faiz Naqashbandi, senior Hurriyat leader and vice president of Democratic Freedom Party Mehmood Ahmed Saghar, Syed Yousuf Naseem and several others.