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Rich tributes paid to martyred Abdur Rashid Ghazi in IOK

Srinagar, September 14, 2013 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League Chairman, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza paid rich tributes to the martyred leader Abdul Rashid Ghazi and expressed solidarity with the bereaved family. Mukhtar Ahmad Waza addressing the mourning function of martyred leader in Baramullah, committed to continue the ongoing liberation struggle till complete success.

He said party has given scarifies for the Kashmir cause and will continue till Kashmir gets resolved according to the United Nations resolutions. He refuted the claims of police that Ghazi died in a road accident and said that the torture marks were visible on his body.

Besides Mohammad Ashraf Sofi, Shakeel-ul-Rehman, Imtiyaz Ahmad Reshi, Majid Sofi, Ghulam Mohammad Wandroo and Javed Ahmad Sofi, a large number of. civil society members, lawyers, and trade unionists participated in the mourning function.

Meanwhile, the Chief Organiser of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League (JKPFL), Muhammad Altaf Khan visited the residence of Abdur Rashid Ghazi and expressed solidarity with the bereaved family over his mysterious killing.

Muhammad Altaf Khan, accompanied by party leaders, Ejaz Ahmad Dar and Farooq Ahmad Dar, addressing on the occasion rejected the police claim that Abdur Rashid Ghazi was died in a road accident. He said that he was killed under a pre-planned conspiracy and demanded disclosure of his killers.

Paying tributes to Abdur Rashid Ghazi, he said that he had a lot of contribution for the Kashmir cause. He added that his sacrifices for the Kashmir cause would not be allowed go waste and would be taken to its logical conclusion.

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