ISLAMABAD: Hurriyet leaders , Shabbir Ahmad Dar, Muhammad Iqbal Mir, Muhammad Ahsan Untoo and Imtiyaz Ahmad Reshi, in Indian occupied Kashmir, visited several areas of Badgam and expressed sympathy and solidarity with the martyrs' families.
According to Kashmir Media Service, addressing people in Kawoosa, Rathsun, Churmujo and Dada Wampur areas of the district, the leaders said, "Our youths by achieving martyrdom have rewritten history and gave clear message that India is not welcome here but we want complete withdrawal of Indian forces from every inch of Kashmir. The martyrs of April 9 are proud sons of soil whom whole territory is paying respects and will always be remembered."
The rejection of parliamentary elections by the people showed the dedication of freedom-loving people of Kashmir and a clear and loud message for India to leave Kashmir and respect international law and commitment.
Meanwhile, a delegation of Mirwaiz-led Hurriyet forum comprising Ghulam Nabi Zaki, Jafar Kashmiri, Farooq Sodagar, Muhammad Siddiq Hazar and Sahil Ahmad War also visited the family members of Omar Farooq Ganai in Gandarbal and expressed solidarity with them. Farooq was martyred by Indian troops on polling day in the district. (APP)