Faisal Mumtaz lashes out at Indian forces for adopting inhumane attitude

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SUKKUR,(Parliament Times):  Pakistan Peoples Party Azad Kashmir Secretary General Faisal Mumtaz Rathore, newly elected member of the Legislative Assembly, has termed the death of Syed Ali Gilani, the founding leader of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference and senior Hurriyat leader, as an irreparable loss to the Kashmir Independence Movement. The services and everlasting sacrifices of the late Ali Gilani for the freedom movement will be written in golden letters in history He was talking to representatives of Sukkur Press Club here today. Faisal Rathore has said that Syed Ali Gilani had dedicated his life for the independence movement of Kashmir and he had to endure the hardships of imprisonment as a pioneer of Pakistan’s accession.

Read: India and its occupying forces used every tactic to remove Batal Hurriyat from the great mission of independence but the foundation of the late Syed Ali Gilani did not falter. He lamented that India had inflicted immense atrocities on Syed Ali Gilani in his life and maintained inhuman and immoral attitude towards his death even allowing the people of Kashmir to attend the funeral prayers on the occasion of his funeral. The brutal manner in which the family members of the deceased were beaten and arrested in moments of grief and anguish is a testament to how much India and its occupying forces are afraid of Syed Ali Gilani even after his demise. Faisal Mumtaz Rathore, while paying homage to the great national and national service of the great Hurriyat leader, said that the Kashmiri nation would have to play its full role in fulfilling the mission of the late Syed Ali Gilani.

He demanded the government of Azad Kashmir to immediately convene a meeting of the Legislative Assembly and formulate a common course of action for the Kashmiri nation on the heinous and heinous act of India on the occasion of Syed Ali Gilani’s death and burial and the worrisome situation in occupied Kashmir. So that the real face of India can be exposed to the international community.