Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front -JKLF- today protested against the visit of Pakistan Premier Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani. Protestorss included prominent figures of JKLF and its student wing appeared in Rawalakot and shouted slogans like "Go Back Go Back Yousaf Gilani Go Back" Go Back Go Back Manmohan Go Back". The protest was later addressed by Dr Toqeer Gilani.
Monday, 29 November 2010
Saturday, 27 November 2010
Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) welcomes and congratulates Cllr Qurban Hussain on being appointed a peer in the House of Lords. It is indeed a great honour and privilege for a British Kashmiri'. We hope Mr Qurban Hussain will use his good offices, to further highlight the Issue of Kashmir, at national and international level according to the wishes of Kashmiri people.
JKLF UK Zone President Cllr Mahmood Hussain, Sec.UK Zone Tehsin Gilani, President Ch. Iqbal, Head of jklf Diplomatic Committee and spokesperson Prof Zafar Khan, Senior Jklf person Latif Khan, Press and and information Sec Khawaja Kabeer, Organiser m. Asghar, Ch, Yosef, Rauf Khan, Mushtaq Malik, Finance Sec. M. Rafiq, Zafar Junior, Kaman Afsar, Sanawar Hussain, javid Wasti, Zahid Hussain, M.Khawaja,Javid Rashid, M. Faiz, Sagheer Pasha,M. Sabir , Qari Ajaib, Bashir Bazaam, Prof Assim, and many other officials and members of Jammu Kashmir Liberation front UK zone extend their well wishes to Qurban Hussain
Tuesday, 23 November 2010
London 23 November 2010) British Zone of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front -JKLF- has welcomed the statement made by Iran's Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on the rights of Kashmiri nation.
In a letter to the
’s diplomatic mission based in Iran , President of JKLF in UK Cllr Mahmood Hussain has urged other nations to come out of their closets and take a stand towards the rights of Kashmiri people as recognised by the United Nations through various resolutions. It is their legal and moral obligation to take bold steps for the rights of oppressed nations. The people of London Kashmir must be allowed to determine their future according to their wishes and aspirations.
While applauding the statement, the letter said that
has forcibly occupied the state and has over 70,000 armed troops stationed there who are committing and are actively engaged in massive gross human rights violations. The letter urged the Iranian Government to use its good offices to highlight genuine aspirations of Kashmiri people and human rights abuses on International forums. India
The letter further said that in order for peace and prosperity in this region, immediate initiatives must be taken to pave way for a long lasting solution.
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Monday, 22 November 2010
Friday, 19 November 2010
JKLF in Indian Held
Kashmir Condemns arrest of Zahoor Butt by Indian forces.
Addressing Eid congregation prayers in historical Jamia Mosque Trehgam, S M Afzal has strongly condemned this cowardly act by the Indian authorities and called on them to release Zahoor Butt without delay and not to infringe his civil and political liberties as a citizen of the state.
S M Afzal said the JKLF Diplomatic wing based in
have already started to make representations to various human rights bodies and other public figures for his immediate release. London
Earlier on Monday 15 November, Zahoor Butt, the youngest brother of martyred JKLF leader Maqbool Butt, was on his way to Trehgam for Eid when personnel of the Special Operations Group appeared near Drugmulla and pounced upon him and bundled him into a Gypsy
Thursday, 18 November 2010
Tuesday, 16 November 2010
Kupwara, Nov 16: Tension gripped north Kashmir’s Trehgam town on Monday after police arrested Zahoor Ahmad Bhat, the younger brother of founder of JKLF Shaheed Muhammad Maqbool Bhat.
His family said that Zahoor had returned from Pakistan administered Kashmir after 21 years and was previously arrested on February 12, 2009 after he addressed a public meeting at Trehgam on February 11.
They said that Zahoor was lodged at Kote Balwal jail for 18 months and was shifted to Kupwara and later released when High Court quashed his PSA.
Witnesses said personnel of the Special Operations Group appeared near Drugmulla and pounced upon him and bundled him into a Gypsy when he was on way to his home from Srinagar.
Sources said district magistrate Kupwara had issued an order in which Zahoor was booked under PSA but it could not be executed since he was evading arrest for last two months.
Friday, 5 November 2010
JKLF has strongly condemned the activities and re-grouping of outlawed terrorist groups in Pakistan Administered Kashmir. Most of these groups are banned in
and yet are free to operate in Pakistan Administered Kashmir creating uncertainty among the local Kashmiri community. JKLF has termed it against the indigenous freedom movement of Kashmiri people and has vowed to resist any such attempt. Pakistan
BBC Report about emergence of these Groups: http://www.bbc.co.uk/urdu/multimedia/2010/11/101104_kashmir_package_aw.shtml