December 2002 News

Kashmiris to continue struggle till liberation of homeland

17 December 2002
News Network International

MUZAFFARABAD: The valiant people of Kashmir committed to continue struggle for liberation of their motherland with determination by following the footsteps of Raeesul Ahrar Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas. In a separate message on the occasion of death anniversary of Raeesul Ahrar Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas, AJK President Maj Gen (Retd) Sardar Mohammad Anwar Khan and Prime Minister Sardar Sikandar Hayat broadcast on all radio sations of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, said that the government was utilising all resources to encourage and strengthen the freedom movement. Sardar Anwar praised the contribution of Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas towards liberation struggle. He said that late Ghulam Abbas''s life was full of adventures and struggle against the Indian rule over Kashmir. He said that Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas created awareness among the people of Kashmir for their right of self-determination and gathered them at one platform for vagarious movement against Indian occupation. The AJK President also acknowledged that Azad Kashmir territory was liberated due movement launched by Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas against Dogra rule and accession to Pakistan. Sardar Mohammad Anwar said that the Indian regime was using negative tactics to crusah the on-going freedom movement. The added that occupied forces were engage in human rights violations and atrocities towards innocent people of Kashmir from the last 55 years. He added that more than 80,000 Kashmiris were killed and a large number were become disable due to violence by the Indian occupied forces. He said that violence against women and children and denial of right of self- determination of a stigma on the face of so-called secular and democrat India. The AJK President paid glowing tribute to people Kashmir for rendering great sacrifices for the cause of liberation of their motherland from Indian yoke. He added that the sacrifices of Kashmiris will not go waste and they will achieve their ultimate goal of right of self-determination soon. In a separate message the AJK Prime Minister paid glowing tribute to Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas for launching AJK Muslim Conference and guide the people of Kashmir against Dogra rule who were living in miserable condition. Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas a man who after partition of the Sub-continent did not accepted any portfolio in Pakistan and continuous struggle for the liberation of Kashmir, Sikandar said. Sardar Sikandar Hayat called upon the people of Azad Kashmir to forge unity among their ranks and collectively provide every assistance to the on-going freedom movement in occupied Kashmir.


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