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JKLF to Commemorate 26th Martyrdom Anniversary of Shaheed Maqbool Bhat

JKLF to Commemorate 26th Martyrdom Anniversary of Shaheed Maqbool Bhat

(London 25 January 2010): Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) will commemorate the 26th Martyrdom anniversary of its founder Maqbool Butt Shaheed all around the world. JKLF will hold seminars, public meetings and demonstrations in Srinagar, Kupwara (IHK), all cities of Azad Kashmir, Gilgit, important cities of Pakistan, Europe, Middle East and America

Amanullah Khan (Supreme Head JKLF) has directed through a circular to all Zonal, Divisional and District level JKLF office bearers to hold peaceful programmes in order to pay tribute to the martyred leader. The circular pointed out that we owe it to the future generations of Kashmir to highlight and spread the vision of Maqbool Butt Shaheed for which he and other thousands of Kashmiris laid their lives.

11 February is being commemorated as Maqbool Bhat’s death anniversary. On this day Kashmiris all across the world remember their hero with honour and pride. Maqbool But was hanged by India in Tihar jail on 11 February 1984 and his body was never given to Kashmiris for the burial.

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Wednesday, 13 January 2010
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JKLF Leaders RELEASED unconditionally in Muzaffarabad

Leaders of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) have been released unconditionally along with his 10 associates by authorities in Muzaffarabad.

Earlier, hundreds of JKLF activists had gathered in Muzaffarabad and other parts of Kashmir on Tuesday 5th January 2010 to demonstrate against Zardari’s visit to the disputed region.

11 activists and leaders of JKLF headed by veteran Kashmiri leader Amanullah Khan , Ex Chief Organiser Raja Haq Nawaz, JKLF political committee head Raja Mazhar Iqbal, Chairman Students wing Raja Ghulam Mujtaba, member executive committee Chaudhary Yousuf, Sardar Zaheer Khan, Sardar Ayaz Khan, Majeed Mehtab, Masood Ahmed , Rashid Bukhari were arrested on 5th January 2010.

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Friday, 8 January 2010
Amanullah Khan warns India, Pak against covert Kashmir agreement

Amanullah Khan warns India, Pak against covert Kashmir agreement

Amanullah Khan warns India, Pak against covert Kashmir agreement

Flays shift in Pak stance
Tariq Naqash
Muzaffarabad, Jan 08:
Veteran separatist leader and Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) patron, Amanullah Khan has said that any solution to Kashmir issue based on restricted and conditional right to self- determination will not be acceptable to Kashmiris.

Speaking at a news conference here on Friday, Khan said that Kashmiris will resist any solution envisaging permanent division of their motherland.
“Let it be clear to the governments in Islamabad and New Delhi that any agreement on Kashmir through surreptitious talks is unacceptable to Kashmiris living in any part of the divided region,” he said.
He alleged that “virtual conversion” of Gilgit-Baltistan into a province was negation of Pakistan’s traditional stance on Kashmir, its national interests, right to self-determination of Kashmiris and integration of state of Jammu and Kashmir.
“It was aimed at depriving people of these areas of those constitutional, political, financial and administrative rights which they could have been granted by giving them an AJK-like status,” the veteran leader said.
Khan, born in Astore (Gilgit), said people of Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) considered people of Gilgit-Baltistan as their brothers and wanted to see them enjoy maximum autonomy.
Replying to a question, he said, some sections of PaK’s interim constitution were equivalent to the “law of jungle” and needed to be repealed.
Similarly, he said, though the democratically elected forum in PaK was Legislative Assembly but maximum powers vested in the PaK Council which comprised mostly nominees or indirectly elected persons. Half of the PaK council members, including the chairman, were non-Kashmiris, he added.
The JKLF patron also criticized electoral process in PaK as “insult to democracy because it deprived supporters of independent Kashmir of their right to contest elections”.

Wednesday, 6 January 2010
Baton Charge of JKLF Leaders and their arrest in Muzaffarabad Condemned

Baton Charge of JKLF Leaders and their arrest in Muzaffarabad Condemned

London (January 06, 2010) Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front –JKLF- has strongly condemned the heavy baton charge of JKLF leadership and their subsequent arrests in Muzaffarabad on Tuesday 5th January 2010, at the hands of Pakistan's forces during a peaceful demonstration in Muzaffarabad. 

JKLF top leadership including Raja Haq Nawaz, Raja Mazhar Iqbal, Chaudry Yousuf and Students wing Chairman Raja Mujtaba have been severely injured by the police in Muzaffarabad yesterday morning. 11 people including the above have been arrested after they were severely beaten up by Pakistani police during a demonstration in Muzaffarabad. Earlier the police objected to the holding of a peaceful demonstration on the occasion of Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari’s visit to the disputed region. The witnesses have seen whole JKLF leadership full of blood on the face and cloths before their arrest.

Hundreds of JKLF activists had gathered in Muzaffarabad and other parts of Kashmir on Tuesday to demonstrate against Zardari’s visit to the disputed region.

In a statement issued from London, Head of the JKLF Diplomatic Committee Prof. Zafar Khan and President of JKLF UK Zone Haji Rauf Khan have said that such indiscriminate baton charge on peaceful demonstrators and JKLF leaders will not weaken the Kashmiri people resolve for an Independent state. They further said that such oppressive and cruel measures will not dampen the struggle for the right to self determination and national dignity of Kashmiris.

JKLF in UK and IHK have also demanded immediate and unconditional release of its top leadership.

Zafar Sharif, 
JKLF Diplomatic Committee
Monday, 4 January 2010
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