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JKDFP remembers Shaheed-e-Azimat, an asset of ongoing movement

‘Sacred mission of Shaheed-e-Azimat like martyrs will be taken forward at any cost’


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Srinagar, Aug 09 (KNS): Remembering Shaheed-e-Azimat Sheikh Abdul Aziz on his tenth martyrdom anniversary, Jammu Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party has said that Shaheed-e-Azimat is an asset of the ongoing resistance movement. He was a long time friend and well wisher of JKDFP incarcerated chief Shabir Shah.
In a statement to KNS, the Spokesperson of Freedom Party said that Shaheed-e-Azimat and JKDFP chief Shabir Shah have spent lot of time together and faced hardships jointly in the way of freedom. Both the leaders led historical ‘Uri Challo’ march during 2008 Intifada in which Shaheed-e-Azimat was martyred by the men in uniform near Chahel Uri on August 11, 2008.
Quoting witnesses the Spokesperson said that even after hit by bullets, Shaheed-e-Azimat talked to his friend Shabir Shah about the ‘Uri Challo’ march. Shaheed-e-Azimat was later shifted to a Srinagar hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
The Spokesperson while paying tributes to Shaheed-e-Azimat, Sheikh Abdul Aziz said that he had dedicated his life to the great cause of Freedom. He was an enthusiastic freedom loving youth who played an active role in forming pro-freedom groups and parties. He did not hesitate in leading the brave hearts on forefront and when his services were needed at political front, Shaheed-e-Azimat proved his worth.
Reiterating that the sacred mission of Shaheed-e-Azimat like martyrs will be taken forward at any cost, the JKDFP Spokesperson said that nation is indebted to Shaheed-e-Azimat and all other martyrs who lived for a cause and finally laid down their lives for the same.
The Spokesperson said that martyrs like Shaheed-e-Azimat are the real assets and torch bearers of the ongoing freedom struggle the sole aim of which is to achieve those rights which are accepted on the international front but are refused by India on military might. (KNS)
 


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