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JKLF remembers Aman Ullah Khan on his death anniversary

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Srinagar, Apr 26: Describing Aman Ullah Khan as a “symbol of consistent struggle”, JKLF chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik todsay said Khan’s “vision, ideology, consistency and tireless work for a free Kashmir will remain a corner stone of our struggle for freedom and guide Kashmiri nation for ages to come”.

A remembrance meeting was held today at JKLF headquarter here on Khan’s second death anniversary.

According to a JKLF press release, Malik and others leaders participated and addressed the meeting and paid rich tributes to Khan. It said similar condolence meetings were held at district offices at Srinagar, Budgam, Kupwara, Baramullah, Bandipora, Ganderbal, Kulgam, Anantnag, Pulwama, Shopian and some districts in Jammu region.

“Led by JKLF district presidents, participants of the meetings paid glowing tributes to Aman Ullah Khan Sahib. Similar meetings are being held in various cities of Azad Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan while memorial meetings are also scheduled in various parts of the globe including UK, Europe, USA, UAE and various cities of Pakistan,” the press release said.

Terming Aman Ullah Khan as a “legend, visionary and symbol of unity”, JKLF chairman said that “Khan was a noble son of soil who from his youth till the time of his demise stood firm against illegal occupation of his land and despite numerous challenges and hardships never budged or compromised on his principles or ideology.

“He was an ideologue, a great orator, prolific writer, a high-class intellectual, a great patriot, a teacher, a political thinker and above all a humble Muslim who wrote many books, pamphlets, papers, columns and used his every ability for upholding the cause of Kashmiris,” Malik  said.

He said that Aman Ullah Khan was a person of integrity and hard work who used to work for freedom struggle for 18 hours daily. He used to stay at office even during night hours and work tirelessly for movement and never cared about his family or children, Malik said.

JKLF chairman said that Aman Sahib was not only a great leader who led the nation on political front but an intelligent and dynamic diplomat who championed the cause of Kashmir on international front too.

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