Jammu Martyers day was marked in Britain

LUTON: Jammu Martyres Day was marked all our Britain and tributes were paid to Jammu Martyres who laid their lives at the hands of autocratic forces. Functions were organized at different places to commemorate the Jammu Martyres.
Addressing a function held on the occasion at Aldershot, Luton, Chaudhry Muhammad Khan, Member Kashmir Council, said that Novermber 6 is blackest day in the history of Jammu Kashmir as thousands Muslims were killed just for demanding freedom. The autocratic forces and Hindu fanatics indulged in worst form of terrorism which cannot not be forgotten.
Sacrifices rendered by Martyres of Jammu is a golden chapter of history of Jammu Kashmir and a source of inspiration as how thousands of people laid their lives for the sake of freedom, Khan said. He said that current freedom movement is contunuity of the struggle of Jammu Martyres as people of Kashmir are ready to render any sacrifice to attain freedom.
Khan paid tribute to all matryres of Kashmir saying that negative tactics of India will not suppress the ongoing freedom movement and India has to leave Kashmir by all means. A strong, stable and educated Pakistan is dream and destination of Kashmiri nation and a strong Pakistan will be gurantee for solution of Kashmir issue, he added.
Addressing the function Community member Chaudhry Sabir said that the sacred blood of Jammu Martyres will not go in vain and time has come when these sacrifices will be blossomed with freedom of Kashmir.
Chaudhry Farooq, President Muslim Conference Aldershot that the torch lit by Jammu Martyres will be kept on and Kashmiri nation will continue the mission of Jammu Martyres for freedom of Kashmir.
Chaudhry Akhtar Hussain, Chaudhry  Muhammad Naveed, Muhammad Mehboob, Muhammad Shamim, Muhammad Naeem, Chaudhry Abdul Ghafoor, Muhammad Nadeem, Suhail Akhtar, Raja Sakhawat, major Nadeem, Hafiz Asrar and Muhammad Ayaz