Srinagar, April 26: Hurriyat leaders and organizations have paid glowing tributes to noted liberation leader, Amanullah Khan, on his first death anniversary.
Amanullah Khan had passed away in Rawalpindi on April 26, 2016 after prolonged illness.
The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front organized a function at Abi Guzur in Srinagar, today, to memorize the services of Amanullah Khan for the Kashmir cause. Addressing on the occasion, the JKLF Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik while paying homage to the Kashmiri leader ruled out any dialogue with India within parameters of Indian constitution. He said that the Kashmiri people would only support a dialogue among Pakistan, India and resistance leadership without any preconditions by India.
Muhammad Yasin Malik said that Aman Ullah Khan was a legend whose struggle and sacrifices for freedom of Jammu Kashmir cannot be overlooked by any one. Dialogue with fascism was and is never possible and on Kashmir a dialogue that is held with all three parties including Kashmiris, Pakistan and India on one table, without precondition can only deliver, he added.
Besides various resistance leaders and activists, intellectuals, writers and people from all walks of life participated in the meeting. Among those who participated and addressed the meeting included Abul Majeed Zargar, ZG Muhammad, Moulana Khurshid Kanoogo, Moulana Showkat Keng, doctor Zafar Mehdi, Abdul Kabir sheikh( father of Shaheed Sheikh Abdul Hamid), Ilyas Wani ( brother of Shaheed Ishfaq Majeed Wani), Muhammad Yasin Khan, Shakil Ahmad Qalandar, Jan Muhammad Matoo, Farooq Ahmad Nawaz, and various leaders from resistance camp including Ghulam Nabi Zaki, Masroor Abbas Ansari, Abdul Rashid Untoo, Mushtaq Ahmad Sofi, Shabir Ahmad Dar, Hakim Abdul Rashid, Musaib Ahmad, Bilal Ahmad Sideeqi, Firdous Ahmad Shah, Muhammad Yousuf Naqash, Mir Ghulam Hassan, Muhammad Ramzan Khan, Meraj uddin Rabani, Rameez Raja, Advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt, Noor Muhammad Kalwal, Master Muhammad Afzal, Showkat Ahmad Bakhshi, Muhammad Yasin Butt, Sirajud din Mir and Zahoor Ahmad Butt and others also participated in the memorial meeting.