Islamabad: Senior Kashmiri Hurriyat leader and President Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement (JKSM) Altaf Ahmed Bhat paid rich tributes to former Hizbul-e-Mujahdeen Military Adviser and deputy Supreme commander, Abdul Majeed Dar on his 17th martyrdom anniversary.
Majeed Dar was martyred, as he was coming out from his house, sopore on 23rd march, 2003.
President Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement said that the Abdul Majeed Dar had written the history of Kashmir’s freedom struggle with his blood and the Kashmiris were indebted to the great and unparalleled sacrifices rendered by the martyrs for a noble cause.
Bhat said Dar was a brave and ideological resistance leader who after the incident of 9/11 when international community appealed all the heads of freedom fighters organisations in the world to resolve their conflicts through peaceful means and dialogue process.
Dar along with Zafar Akber Bhat and other colleagues announced unilateral ceasefire with Indian forces to solve Jammu and Kashmir dispute as per the resolutions of United Nations.
While showing concern over the deadly pandemic COVID-19 Bhat said that the Indian government has not provided the proper treatment to the detained Kashmiri leaders in prisons, due to which senior leaders including Dr Hameed Fayaz, Zafar Akbar Bhat, Yasin Malik, Asiya Andrabi, Shabir Ahmed Shah, Masarat Aalam Bhat and other political activists health is day by day and constantly deteriorating.
Appealing to World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations UN Bhat said that global organizations must set up a commission to review India’s prisons and detention camps to prevent the deadly disease (Coronavirus), or to pressurize government of India to release all Kashmiri prisoners unconditionally.