Mirwaiz Molvi Farooq, Gani Lone remembered on their 33rd anniversaries, ‘Pushing certain narrative won’t change ground reality in Kashmir: APHC
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All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) paid glowing tribute to Mirwaiz Molvi Farooq and khwaja Abdul Ghani Lone on their 33rd and 21st martyrdom anniversary respectively, and to the martyrs of Hawal.
APHC said that in the martyrdom of shaheed-e-Millat Mirwaiz Molvi Farooq the nation lost a great selfless leader, the guiding force of whose beliefs and actions were safeguarding the concerns and interests of his people. His approach to addressing them was dynamic rather than rigid. He believed that Inclusiveness and dialogue was the best way to address concerns and resolve conflicts. It would create opportunities of growth for people as peace and fairness prevails. This would not only benefit people of JK but people of the entire subcontinent.
But tragically on this fateful day at the young age of 45 , this great visionary life was abruptly and brutally ended , lost to intolerance and intrigue, depriving the people of J&K forever of his inspiring guidance and dynamic leadership in the most trying of times for them.
paying tributes Shaheed Abdul Ghani Lone APHC said he was again a far-sighted and fearless leader who sacrificed his life for his belief in a peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue. He was an intellectual who connected with the aspirations of his people and advocated for it wherever he got a chance to do so.
APHC said that Lone sahab’s contribution to the formation of the people’s platform of All Parties Hurriyat conference is pioneering and unforgettable. His brutal killing at the condolence meet of Shaheed-e-Millat in Eidgah was another big blow and schlock for the people of J&K and
All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) also pays glowing tributes to the martyrs of Hawal, brutally killed by forces while carrying the body of Shaheed Mirwaiz.
Meanwhile, APHC said that conducting international summits in JK to push a certain narrative, will not change the reality of the need to address and resolve the lingering Kashmir conflict peacefully best through dialogue among stakeholders if peace and development of JK is the goal.