Srinagar: Son sacrificed life for a pious cause and “it is the responsibility of people of Kashmir to carry forward their mission,” says father of martyr
April 08, 2018 Pulwama, April 07: Father of resistance leader, Musavir Hassan Wani, who was martyred by Indian occupation forces in an orchard in Kangan village of Pulwama district on Friday, has appealed people to carry mission of martyrs to the local conclusion.
Mussavir Ahmad Wani (21)of Delipora Pulwama was a B.Tech final year student of Ramdevi College of Education Chandigarh, India. He was a final semester student of engineering at university in Mohali, Punjab in India and had done his schooling from Boy’s Higher Secondary School Pulwama.
Ghulam Hassan Wani, father of Musavir said his son sacrificed life for a pious cause and “it is the responsibility of people of Kashmir to carry forward their mission”.
Musavir’s father said his son joined resistence struggle because for him it was only way to stand against oppression.
“He was a religious minded person and always used to say that fighting oppression is the only way to seek closeness of Allah,” he said. “I am feeling very proud that my son achieved what he desired,” Wani said. He was seen consoling other members of his family and asking them not to shed tears.
“This is a proud movement for all of us. We should not cry but rejoice over his martyrdom,” Wani was telling his relatives, who broke into tears during Musavir’s funeral.
Musavir, is survived by parents and elder brother.
He was laid to rest in martyrs’ graveyard , thousands amidst pro-freedom and anti-Indian sloganeering on Saturday morning.