Islamabad: Paying glorious tributes to Shaheed Muhammad Muqbool Bhat and Muhammmad Afzal Guru on their anniversary Secretary General Democratic Political Movement(DPM) Shaukat Hussain Butt, described them the symbol of resistance moment and demanded the early return of the mortal remains of both the martyrs who were buried in the Tihar Jail premises.
Terming the Bhat and Guru, as great symbols of courage and sacrifices, DPM leader said that both martyrs have devoted their lives for the just cause, and their sacrifices will continue to inspire generations and subjugated people across the world to stand firm and determined against all odds and tyranny.
Bhat said that 9 and 11 February mark the darkest days in so-called largest Indian democracy and Indian authorities have failed to bury the message of these duo martyrs by hanging them in Tihar jail. Hanging of Afzal Guru has exposed the tall claims of Indian judicial system, that gave the verdict against him to appease the collective sonscience of Indian nation, he added. The best tribute to these true sons of soil is to renew our pledge towards the cause of freedom and continue this sacred struggle till it reaches its logical end,” he reieterated.
Bhat said that Kahsmiris have laid matchless scarifices for the just cause and there is no way to back out or surrender before the Indian suppression and reiterated that the sacrifices rendered by Kashmiris are unforgettable and the movement for which people, including Bhat and Guru, laid down their lives will continue at every cost till the goal is achieved. He urged upon international human rights organizations to play their role to bring back the mortal remains of these great leaders.
Bhat strongly condemnd the ongoing killing spree by forces, intimidations, arrests and incarcerating or house arresting leadership, banning and choking peaceful political resistance programs and space and demand from international community to play its role to put an end to these gruesome atrocities being committed against Kashmi
Shaukat Butt demanded the early release of thousands of Kashmiris including Shabir Ahmed Shah, Dr Muhammad QasimFaktoo, MasratAlamBhat, Muhammad ShafiShariati, GhulamQadir Butt, Syed SajidBukhari,Shahid-ul-Islam, Altaf Ahmed Fantoosh, Muhammad Ayaz Akbar, PirSaifullah, Ghulam Muhammad Butt, MerajuddinKalwal, Naeem Ahmed Khan, Farooq Ahmed Dar, ShahidYousuf Shah, Kamran Yousuf, Javed Ahmed, Muhammad AslamWani, Zahoor Ahmad Wattali, Aqib Ahmed, GhulamJeelani, Farooq Ahmad Dugha, Muhammad Siddique Ganie, Muzaffar Ahmed and many others who have been languishing in jails from decades now and made clear that incarcerations and oppressive tactics can never suppress our legitimate struggle.