Kashmiri diaspora asks AJK govt to declare Sept 1 ‘Youm-e-Baba-e-Hurriyat’ day
The Kashmiri diaspora has called upon the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) government to declare September 1 as ‘Youm-e-Baba-e-Hurriyat’ or ‘Day of Father of Freedom Movement’ to honour the sacrifices of veteran Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Geelani.In a letter addressed to AJK Prime Minister Sardar Tanvir Ilyas Khan on Tuesday, Kashmiri diaspora chief Fahim Kayani said the commemoration of first martyrdom anniversary of Shaheed [martyred] Geelani on September 1 (Thursday) is a step in the direction of recalling his relentless efforts to loose IIOJK from India’s unlawful army occupation.“History of South Asia bears testimony that Shaheed Geelani changed into one in all a few Muslim leaders and pupils whose vision for an Islamic welfare nation for the Muslims of the place might be studied for generations to come,” Kayani, president of the Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) UK, wrote to the AJK most reliable inside the letter.“Shaheed Geelani Sahab’s relentless resistance towards India, which wears a facade of democracy, as a neo-colonial strength has no parallel in contemporary instances. It changed into the leadership of Shaheed Geelani that unmasked India that human beings should see a beast in the form of an unlawful navy regime occupying IIOJK,” Kayani said, providing seven tasks to immortalise legacy of Shaheed Geelani.The fascist Indian troops raided his home, beat up his circle of relatives, relatives and neighbours and dragged his frame out of the residence and later forcibly buried him in the lifeless of the night.
To pay tributes to Shaheed Geelani’s commitment to the ideology of Pakistan; his admire for the human beings of Azad Kashmir for releasing this a part of the vicinity and his services to the nation of Kashmir towards achieving freedom from the unlawful occupation of India, Kayani proposed to AJK PM Khan to declare Sept 1 as ‘Youm-e-Baba-e-Hurriyat’.Kayani said the AJK government need to also maintain special programmes to bear in mind the efforts and offerings of Shaheed Geelani for the liberation of IIOJK while all instructional establishments must hold events on Sept 1 to talk about and debate the life and times of Shaheed Geelani.
The UK-primarily based diaspora chief additionally counseled that the AJK authorities have to announce a coverage framework to observe the offerings of Shaheed Geelani in order that it’s miles blanketed in resistance literature for future generations.Kayani urged the AJK ideal to name for demonstrations against the compelled burial of Shaheed Geelani and searching for the return of his frame for burial in keeping with the wishes of the Kashmiri state.
Pointing to the vital position of Pakistan in Kashmir dispute decision, Kayani stated the workplace of AJK prime minister should engage with the government of Pakistan and its exclusive institutions and extraordinary political parties of Pakistan to release unique messages and keep unique programmes to commemorate the first martyrdom anniversary of Shaheed Geelani.A sigh of relief for the embattled coalition authorities as it were given the deal achieved with the IMF. With the formal nod from its executive board on Monday, a much-preferred tranche of $1.17 billion will make its way into coffers in Pakistan. This success has avoided the hazard of default though, it has come at a important value, and the state will be reeling beneath its aftermath for a long time. The tête-à-tête that materialised this deal, after contentious assignment, has seen expenses of oil, gasoline and strength shore to new heights, as the conventional cushion of subsidies stands withdrawn.
This is in the wake of a battered rupee that’s on a losing streak in opposition to the greenback, and has lost round 35% of its fiat price. Moreover, with an instantaneous blow of inflation at 44.Five%, the economic system is literally in dire straits. It is, however, hoped that the revival of donors’ self assurance with the disbursement of the IMF tranche will result in a few easing in weeks and months to come back.