Mushaal Hussein Mullick Chairperson Peace and Culture Organisation made it clear that people of Kashmir would not rest till accomplishing the mission of Shaheed Syed Ali Shah Geelani and icon of Kashmir freedom movement to break the shackle of Indian slavery.
Speaking at an event organized by Rawalpindi District Bar Association on he first Martyrdom Anniversary of Shaheed Syed Ali Shah Geelani Baba-e-Hurriyat, she paid glaring tribute to great Kashmiri leader for his life long fight against Indian occupation.
“We will continue the dream of Gilani Sahab till our last breath,” she vowed, adding that the determination of Geelani would always be remembered as he was uncompromising leader of Kashmir. Kashmiris living on both sides of the Line of Control (LoC) and across the globe observed the first martyrdom anniversary of Baba-e-Hurriyat with the pledge that they would continue their freedom struggle till getting independence from the Indian rule.
Mushaal stated that Geelani spent more than a decade in Indian prisons for this unwavering stance on Kashmir dispute. Arshad Mujeed Malik Advocate President Bar Rawalpindi, Secretary General Advocate Mubashir Rafaq, former president high court Sardar Abdul Razzaq and Sabein Hussain along others also spoke on the occasion.
Mashaal said that 249 years ago, the body of Baba Bulleh Shah was also desecrated as whose funeral was not even allowed. Similarly, she stated that permission was not given to offer the funeral of Geelani and even after the burial, his grave was declared a sub-jail, depicting the unimaginable fear of the Indian government.