SRINAGAR: A massive march will be conducted from Jamia Masjid to Naqshband Sahib in occupied Srinagar on Monday to mark the Kashmir Martyrs’ Day.
Hurriyet leaders, Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik will jointly lead the march. They have appealed to the people to converge at the Jamia Masjid after Zuhr prayers for onward march towards Naqshband Sahib, KMS reported.
On 13th July in 1931 the Dogra troops killed 22 Kashmiris, one after the other, outside the Central Jail in occupied Srinagar.
They have announced that no strike would be held on that day in respect of the ongoing holy month of Ramzan. It was on 13th July in 1931 when the Dogra troops killed 22 Kashmiris, one after the other, outside the Central Jail in occupied Srinagar.
They had gathered in the jail premises to attend the court proceedings against one, Abdul Qadeer, who had asked the Kashmiri people to defy the Dogra rule. Hurriyet leaders, Muhammad Yousuf Naqash, Hakeem Abdur Rasheed, Nayeem Ahmed Khan, Farida Bahenji, and Muhammad Ramzan Khan in their addresses and statements paid rich tributes to the martyrs. The forum patronized by Syed Ali Gilani and the JKLF Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, in their separate statements said that settlement of the Kashmir dispute was essential for ensuring durable peace in South Asia.
Scores of people were injured when Indian police used brute force in Khanyar, Nowhatta and other areas of Srinagar against the demonstrators who were protesting over the arrest of dozens of youth by the police during nocturnal raids.
Hurriyet leader, Zafar Akbar Butt, led a demonstration at Press Enclave in occupied Srinagar to press the demand for the release of illegally detained Kashmiris. He also led the funeral prayers in absentia for the former AJK President, Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan, who passed away, yesterday.
Hundreds of people from all walks of life attended similar prayers organized for the deceased by Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front at Lal Chowk in Srinagar.