Saturday, November 18, 2017

arrest of hilal beig condemn




house arrest glowing tributes to martyrs..18 nov

Srinagar 18th nov.
Incarcerated Hurriat leader and chairman salvation movement Zaffar Akber Bhat paid glowing tributes to Mugais Ahmed Mir who was martyred at zakura encounter and said that these martyrs are national assests and their sacrifices will not go waste. On his direction a delegation led by Mehraj u din including Bashir Ahmed,altaf kashmiri attend his funerals and express solidarity with his family ,also paid rich tributes to him on the occasion
Another delegation led by Adnan Salfi,including Ishaq ahmed, Nasir Ahmed ,Sajad ahmed visited kulgam, Moulana Mudasir, Mohmmad Hanief,Abdul Majid visited palhallan ,brath sopore and paid glowing tributes to martyrs of the recent week and said that these sacrifices will not go waste.
Meanwhile spokesman strongly denounce the restriction in Srinagar and house detention of its chairman Zaffar Bhat and other Hurriat leaders and said that this is totally un democratic.
 



Monday, November 13, 2017

Srinagar,13th nov.
Hurriat leader and chairman salvation movement Zaffar Akber Bhat and chairman JKLF(H) Javid Ahmed Mir visited Soura,Nowhatta,Hawal in connection with mass contact programme , JKSM activists Sameer Ahmed, Ghulam Hassan,Javed Ahmed  were  alongwith them. Both leaders visited affected families of the area including martyrs, prisoners  who are victims of ongoing freedom movement who are struggling for right to self determination and said that internal autonomy is no solution but another confusion.  Zaffar, javed while expressing solidarity with them said that supreme sacrifices of the people will not go waste. Both leaders also visited the residence of Hurriat leader Abdul Majid Wani and express solidarity with the bereaved family on the demise of her mother and prey for  her departed soul.
spokesman also condemn the re arrest of Masrat Alam bhat and demand release of all detenues on humanitarian grounds 
 


Friday, November 10, 2017

mass contact 11 nov

Srinagar ,10 nov.s
In continuation of mass contact programme of JK salvation movement its leaders Moulana Abdul Rashid,Moulana Mushtaq Ahmed,Adnan Salfi, Mufti Qadri,Javed Ahmed after Friday prayers addressed gatherings and  visited many affected families at shopian,pulwama,sopore,ganderbal and  reiterated that people of Kashmir will continue its political struggle for right to self determination .
Leaders said that every of kashmiri have rendered matchless sacrifices for the ongoing freedom movement, countless kashmiri have been martyred, disappeared, torched, imprisoned, blinded, disabled  by the Gov; Forces during this on going freedom movement, but people are  committed to the cause. Govt; forces cannot suppress the on going movement through these pressure tactics.
Spokesman also  denounce  the beating of people during crack down and search operation at Budgam ,Hajin and shopian villages.
Zaffar  condole the sad demise of mother of Hurriat leader Abdul Majid Wani and pray for her departed soul.







Wednesday, November 8, 2017

protest at pulwama 8th nov 2017

Srinagar, 8th november, 2017.
Jammu and Kashmir salvation movement leaders and activists including farooq Ahmed, Molvi Rashid, Imtiyaz kashmiri,Moulana sajad ahmed stage a peaceful protest at Drabgam shopian again the Indian oppression . On the occasion salvation movement leaders and activists raise high throat slogans in favour of Islam and freedom . Leaders reject Bilateral   dialogue and announcements and said that unless and until all three parties of the long pending kashmir dispute including India Pakistan and Hurriat leadership would not sit together and resolve the Kashmir issue according to the wishes of kashmiri people ,peace in sub continent will not prevail . 
Leaders said that  we are not against meaningful dialogue because it is political issue and should be resolved politically and peacefully.
 




press cutting 8th nov






Sunday, November 5, 2017

mass contact 5.11.2017







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Press release 
Srinagar, November 05; Sr Hurriyat leader and chairman JK Salvation Movement on Sunday   said that in 1947, Muslims of Jammu were massacred in such a brutal manner that the percentage of Muslims in that region declined from 66 to 38 percent and while blaming fanatical and sectarian forces for prevailing mayhem, he said that these people are carrying bloodshed just to accomplish their sinister designs. 
We are following the mission of these martyrs and pledged to pursue till right to self-determination is acknowledged, added Zafar.
 Referring to Kashmir dispute, Zafar Akbar impressed all stakeholders to create  conducive atmosphere and added that tripartite talks is the only practicable and achievable solution to long pending dispute.
Zafar Akbar stressed authorities to illustrate sincerity and release all detainees languishing since along. It will send a message that parties to dispute are sincere and added that India needs to show restraint and make an end to human rights violations in state and repeal of black laws.
Meanwhile Zafar Akbar paid his rich tributes to Ab Rashid Parey (Lawey pora) on his 22nd martyrdom anniversary. Zafar while commemorating two young martyrs including Faisel Yousuf and Meraj Ahmad Dar (Nowgam) on their third martyrdom anniversary, said that both these budding youths were mercilessly killed by forces in Chetergam area.
Spokesman 
JK Salvation Movement 


Friday, November 3, 2017

mass contact 3 nov 2017

Press release
Srinagar November 3, Senior Hurriyat leader and Salvation Movement chairman Zafar Akbar Bhat and JKLF (H) Chairman Javed Ahmad Mir on Friday during mass contact programme visited Soibugh, Wadwan, Zainakot, Gotpora in Budgam and interacted with families of Syed Salah u Din, Shaheed Riyaz Rasool and Huriyat activist Mohammad Yusuf Shafat.
Both leaders during their visit expressed their solidarity with them and other scores of families effected during ongoing freedom movement.
During the day long visit and addressed corner meetings with people and made it clear that Kashmir issue is a reality and no power can deny this fact.
People are committed with cause said due and added that people while following freedom mission, presented unapparelled sacrifices to achieve their cherished goal and reiterated that martyrs, those migrated to other side and all those effected during this period ,are real representatives of nation.
Both leaders were accompanied by Hassan Firdousi, Meraj u Din, Sameer Ahmad and Mr Firdousi addressed the gatherings.
Huriyat leaders stressed for immediate release of all prisoners languishing in Tihar, Jodhpur, Gujrat, Sangrur, Kathua, Court Bhalwal, Udhampor, Uttar Pradesh and Kashmir jails to make atmosphere conducive in valley.
Zafar Akbar, Javed Mir and Hassan Firdousi expressed their deep grief over the demise of Gh Nabi Dar (Zaina Kot) father of yousf shafat and Haji Assad Ullah mir business leader and extended condolences and sympathy with the grieved family and prayed for the forbiddance of family to bear this irreparable loss.
Meanwhile leaders paid tributes to youth martyred in encounter at samboora and said that sacrifices will not go waste.
Spokesman 
JK salvation Movement 
 


Thursday, November 2, 2017

2nd october 1947

­­­Srinagar ,2nd november
Sr Hurriat member and chairman salvation movement Zaffar Akber Bhat visited Manchewa, Kralpora ,Gulshan Nagar as a mass contact programme and express solidarity with the families of martyrs,pellet victims and detenues. While interacting with the affected families assured them that no body can cell the sacrifices of their dear and near ones. Zaffar also address the gathering in the area and said that kashmiris are always in favour of result oriented dialogue between all three parties India ,Pak,and genuine voice of people of kashmir of  the dispute . Zaffar was accompanied by Molvi Mudasir,Hilal Ahmed, Aijaz Ahmed,Sameer Ahmed. Zaffar on the occasion said that supreme sacrifices will not go waste.
Zaffar condole the demise of Hurriat activist Zaffar Ahmed Allayee and Adv Noor Mohammad Kapra and express solidarity with the bereaved family.